Bioinspired hollow spheres for energy storage

Researchers from China were inspired by the structure of an egg to create multilayered nanospheres with favorable energy storage properties.

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Graphene analogues for high-performance energy storage applications

Graphene analogues, due to their remarkable electrochemical properties, have shown great potential in energy-related applications.

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High-Performance Supercapacitors from Nickel Foam

Researchers from Singapore have grown nanoporous nickel sulfide on nickel foam to generate promising electrodes for supercapacitors.

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Edible Electronics: An All-Food Supercapacitor for Medical Applications

A fully edible supercapacitor has been developed from food-grade materials by researchers in the USA.

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Black phosphorus unleashes the power of supercapacitors

Researchers in China build powerful and durable all-solid-state supercapacitors using black phosphorus nanoflakes.

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Improving supercapacitor rate performance with MXene/CNT composites

Flexible MXene/carbon composite electrodes composed of alternating layers of titanium carbide-based MXene and carbon nanotubes have been fabricated.

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Artificial muscle for biomimetic soft robotics

A soft laminate simultaneously functions as a high-efficiency bending actuator and a high-efficiency open-air supercapacitor.

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New oxide could be used in super-supercapacitors

Synthesized form of niobium oxide developed at UCLA has a great facility for storing energy.

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Vanadium oxide and graphene combine to accelerate battery development

Rice lab finds vanadium oxide/graphene material works well for lithium-ion storage.

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Growing nanosheets for supercapacitor electrodes

Professor X. W. Lou and co-workers report a new method to grow nanosheets on conductive substrates as a conductive agent-free electrode for supercapacitors.

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