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Significant electrochemical stability of manganese dioxide/polyaniline coaxial nanowires by self-terminated double surfactant polymerization for pseudocapacitor electrode
Manganese dioxide/polyaniline coaxial nanowire networks are prepared by using double surfactant approach. This approach improves the interaction between the two active materials which has been confirmed by FTIR and XPS ...
Nanoarchitectured current collector for high rate capability of polyaniline based supercapacitor electrode
Indium tin oxide (ITO) nanowires array was used as current collector and building block for polyaniline based supercapacitor. Thin polyaniline coating was deposited on the nanowires and resulted in the formation of polyaniline ...
Thin SnO2 nanowires with uniform diameter as excellent field emitters : a stability of more than 2400 minutes
The stability of a field-emission event, i.e., the stability of the emission current over a long period of time, against thermal effects, etc., is one of the key factors for its application in real devices. Although ...
Enhancing electrochemical reaction sites in nickel–cobalt layered double hydroxides on zinc tin oxide nanowires : a hybrid material for an asymmetric supercapacitor device
Conducting nanowires are of particular interest in energy-related research on devices such as supercapacitors, batteries, water splitting electrodes and solar cells. Their direct electrode/current collector contact and ...