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Table 2 Techniques and nanomaterials used in batteries

From: Nano and Battery Anode: A Review

Techniques Nanomaterials Lithium storage capacity for electrode materials References
Mechanical milling
MWNT made by chemical vapor deposition
SWNT 600 mAh/g [162]
Mechanical milling
MWNT made by chemical vapor deposition
Sn 670 mAh/g (1st cycle) [163]
Mechanical milling
MWNT made by chemical vapor deposition
MWNT-Sn 570 mAh/g (1st cycle) [163]
Mechanical milling
MWNT made by chemical vapor deposition
MWNT-SnNi 512 mAh/g (1st cycle) [163]
Mechanical milling Ag3.64Fe15.6Sn48 530 mAh/g (1st cycle) [164]
Mechanical milling Ag3.64Fe15.6Sn48 420 mAh/g (300 cycle) [164]
Chemical vapor deposition MWNT 340 mAh/g [165]
Electrochemical deposition Cu6Sn5 400 mAh/g (30 cycle) [166]
Mechanical milling Si (78 nm) composites 1700 mAh/g [167]
Sol–gel based template synthesis V2O5 (nanowires) 147 mAh/g [168]
Sol–gel synthesis LiMxFe1−xPO4 (M = Mg, Ti, Zr) (40–150 nm) 160–165 mAh/g at C/8 [169]
Hydrothermal reaction TiO2 nanotubes 170 mAh/g (1st cycle) [170]
Sintering WS2 nanotubes 915 mAh/g (1st cycle) [171]