The inorganic compound Vanadium Oxide Nanowire, sometimes known as vanadia, has the formula V2O5. Commonly referred to as vanadium pentoxide, it is a deep orange solid that is brown or yellow when freshly precipitated from aqueous solution.
It is both an oxidising agent and an amphoteric oxide due to its high oxidation state. As the main precursor to vanadium alloys and a popular industrial catalyst, it is the most significant vanadium compound from an industrial standpoint.
The Global Vanadium Oxide Nanowire market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Vanadium Oxide Nanowire with an average width of 65 nm and up to 5 m in length can be made using a straightforward growth procedure when grown at 1000 °C for three hours. with a single heat zone furnace with Ar serving as the carrier gas, Vanadium Oxide Nanowire was produced at ambient pressure on a silicon substrate that had been coated with gold.
The growth of the nanowires was accelerated by the use of gold as a catalyst. To observe the nanowire shape, the heating duration and growth temperature were changed.
With an increase in heating temperature, an increase in nanowire width was seen. When the heating period was reduced from 30 minutes to three, a ninefold increase in the number density of the nanowires was seen.
Laminar Vanadium Oxide Nanowire electrochemical efficiency for lithium ion batteries is constrained by their low electron transport and low lithium ion diffusion coefficient.
In this study, pure vanadium oxide nanotubes were heated to various temperatures under air and nitrogen atmospheres, respectively, to produce Vanadium Oxide Nanowire and VOx nanotubes, which were then employed as cathode materials for lithium ion batteries.
It’s important to notice that while the pristine vanadium nanotubes can retain their original morphology in an inert N2 atmosphere, they changed into V2O5 nanowires in the ambient atmosphere.
The electrochemical results demonstrate that the 400 °C-grown V2O5 nanowires have the best cycling performance, with an initial discharge capacity as high as 278 mA h g1, and the best rate capability, with a rate capability of 1.2 mA s1.
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