The nanoparticle samples were prepared by casting the nanoparticles on the copper colloids and observed by SEM (TESCAN MIRA3). The electrode samples were prepared by sticking the electrodes to the copper colloids directly. The electrode after cycling was treated with acetonitrile to remove the electrolyte in the Ar-filled glove box before producing the SEM samples. Then, the front and cross section of the electrodes were also observed by SEM. The nanoparticle TEM samples were prepared by dissolving the nanoparticles in alcohol and stirring the mixture for 10 min. Then, the mixture was cast on the copper grid and dried in the air. The electrode samples were prepared by mixing the dried acetonitrile-treated electrode and alcohol. The mixture was stirred for 1 hour, and the liquid with deciduous electrode particles was cast on the copper grid. Then, the sample was dried in the air. Both samples of nanoparticles were observed by TEM (TitanX, FEI, super EDX, 200 kV).

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