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Ultra-large optical modulation of electrochromic porous WO3 film and the local monitoring of redox activity
Porous WO3 films with ultra-high transmittance modulation were successfully fabricated on different substrates by a novel, facile and economical pulsed electrochemical deposited method with 1.1 s interval time between each ...
Formation of hexagonal-molybdenum trioxide (h-MoO3) nanostructures and their pseudocapacitive behavior
The crystallographic structure and morphology of redox active transition metal oxides have a pronounced effect on their electrochemical properties. In this work, h-MoO3 nanostructures with three distinct morphologies, i.e., ...
Aniline tetramer-graphene oxide composites for high performance supercapacitors
Polyaniline (PANI), a promising conducting polymer for supercapacitor, exhibits high specific capacitance and good rate capability. However, it suffers from low cycling stability due to the breakage or scission of polymer ...
Insights on the fundamental capacitive behavior : a case study of MnO2
In this work, an insightful study on the fundamental capacitive behavior of MnO2 based electrodes is carried out using MnO2 hierarchical spheres (MHSs) and MnO2 nanoneedles (MNs) as examples. An overall understanding of ...
MOFs-derived copper sulfides embedded within porous carbon octahedra for electrochemical capacitor applications
A novel, efficient and green MOFs-templated sulfidation route has been developed to synthesize Cu1.96S–C hybrid composites, in which ultrafine Cu1.96S nanoparticles are embedded uniformly within porous carbon octahedra. ...
Synthesis of pyramidal and prismatic hexagonal MoO3 nanorods using thiourea
The hexagonal phase of MoO3 is attractive for electrochemical applications owing to its arrangement of atoms, which offers a large number of intercalation sites. The number of intercalation sites also depends on the ...