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Title: Nanostructure and advanced energy storage: elaborate material designs lead to high-rate pseudocapacitive ion storage
Authors: Gan, Zihan
Yin, Junyi
Xu, Xin
Cheng, Yonghong
Yu, Ting
Keywords: Science::Physics
Issue Date: 2022
Source: Gan, Z., Yin, J., Xu, X., Cheng, Y. & Yu, T. (2022). Nanostructure and advanced energy storage: elaborate material designs lead to high-rate pseudocapacitive ion storage. ACS Nano, 16(4), 5131-5152.
Journal: ACS Nano
Abstract: The drastic need for development of power and electronic equipment has long been calling for energy storage materials that possess favorable energy and power densities simultaneously, yet neither capacitive nor battery-type materials can meet the aforementioned demand. By contrast, pseudocapacitive materials store ions through redox reactions with charge/discharge rates comparable to those of capacitors, holding the promise of serving as electrode materials in advanced electrochemical energy storage (EES) devices. Therefore, it is of vital importance to enhance pseudocapacitive responses of energy storage materials to obtain excellent energy and power densities at the same time. In this Review, we first present basic concepts and characteristics about pseudocapacitive behaviors for better guidance on material design researches. Second, we discuss several important and effective material design measures for boosting pseudocapacitive responses of materials to improve rate capabilities, which mainly include downsizing, heterostructure engineering, adding atom and vacancy dopants, expanding interlayer distance, exposing active facets, and designing nanosheets. Finally, we outline possible developing trends in the rational design of pseudocapacitive materials and EES devices toward high-performance energy storage.
ISSN: 1936-0851
DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.2c00557
Rights: © 2022 American Chemical Society. All rights reserved.
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