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Title: Nano‐RuO2‐decorated holey graphene composite fibers for micro‐supercapacitors with ultrahigh energy density
Authors: Zhai, Shengli
Wang, Chaojun
Karahan, Huseyin Enis
Wang, Yanqing
Chen, Xuncai
Sui, Xiao
Huang, Qianwei
Liao, Xiaozhou
Wang, Xin
Chen, Yuan
Keywords: Engineering::Chemical engineering
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Zhai, S., Wang, C., Karahan, H. E., Wang, Y., Chen, X., Sui, X., . . . Chen, Y. (2018). Nano‐RuO2‐decorated holey graphene composite fibers for micro‐supercapacitors with ultrahigh energy density. Small, 14(29), 1800582-. doi:10.1002/smll.201800582
Journal: Small
Abstract: Compactness and versatility of fiber-based micro-supercapacitors (FMSCs) make them promising for emerging wearable electronic devices as energy storage solutions. But, increasing the energy storage capacity of microscale fiber electrodes, while retaining their high power density, remains a significant challenge. Here, this issue is addressed by incorporating ultrahigh mass loading of ruthenium oxide (RuO2 ) nanoparticles (up to 42.5 wt%) uniformly on nanocarbon-based microfibers composed largely of holey reduced graphene oxide (HrGO) with a lower amount of single-walled carbon nanotubes as nanospacers. This facile approach involes (1) space-confined hydrothermal assembly of highly porous but 3D interconnected carbon structure, (2) impregnating wet carbon structures with aqueous Ru3+ ions, and (3) anchoring RuO2 nanoparticles on HrGO surfaces. Solid-state FMSCs assembled using those fibers demonstrate a specific volumetric capacitance of 199 F cm-3 at 2 mV s-1 . Fabricated FMSCs also deliver an ultrahigh energy density of 27.3 mWh cm-3 , the highest among those reported for FMSCs to date. Furthermore, integrating 20 pieces of FMSCs with two commercial flexible solar cells as a self-powering energy system, a light-emitting diode panel can be lit up stably. The current work highlights the excellent potential of nano-RuO2 -decorated HrGO composite fibers for constructing micro-supercapacitors with high energy density for wearable electronic devices.
ISSN: 1613-6810
DOI: 10.1002/smll.201800582
Rights: © 2018 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim. All rights reserved.
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