Rational confinement of molybdenum based nanodots in porous carbon for highly reversible lithium storage
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A rational synthesis route towards <5 nm transition metal-based nanodots confined in a highly porous carbon matrix is proposed without adding external carbon sources and applied for highly reversible lithium storage. The microstructures and compositions of the as-prepared samples highly depend on the calcination atmosphere.
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