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Lithium Intercalation into Mesoporous Anatase with an Ordered 3D Pore Structure

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  • P.G.B. is indebted to the EPSRC (SUPERGEN), the EU for financial support, and Prof. D. Graham, University of Strathclyde, for access to their Raman microscope. Y.R. is indebted to EASTCHEM for a studentship.

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Surprising anode material! A mesoporous anatase was synthesized that showed superior rate capability. Even after 1000 charge/discharge cycles at a rate of 12 000 mA g−1 (1.6 min per cycle), the mesostructure was retained with a stable capacity of 125 mA h g−1 (see diagram).

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