Author(s): Hashimoto H, Kobayashi G, Sakuma R, Fujii T, Hayashi N, , Hashimoto H, Kobayashi G, Sakuma R, Fujii T, Hayashi N,
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Abstract Amorphous Fe(3+)-based oxide nanoparticles produced by Leptothrix ochracea, aquatic bacteria living worldwide, show a potential as an Fe(3+)/Fe(0) conversion anode material for lithium-ion batteries. The presence of minor components, Si and P, in the original nanoparticles leads to a specific electrode architecture with Fe-based electrochemical centers embedded in a Si, P-based amorphous matrix.
This article was published in ACS Appl Mater Interfaces
and referenced in Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology