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Title: 1D AND 2D COMBINED NANOSTRUCTURES FOR HIGH PERFORMING ENERGY STORAGE AND CONVERSION
Authors: LI XIN
Keywords: 1D and 2D combined nanostructure, energy storage, energy conversion, core/shell nanostructure, cactus-like nanostructure, sandwich-like nanostructure
Issue Date: 8-Aug-2019
Citation: LI XIN (2019-08-08). 1D AND 2D COMBINED NANOSTRUCTURES FOR HIGH PERFORMING ENERGY STORAGE AND CONVERSION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A proper and synergistic combination of 1D and 2D materials in a freestanding electrode is an effective approach to achieve distinguished electrochemical performance. Nevertheless, it remains a challenge to comprehensively figure out the close relationships among the composition, structure and the electrochemical characteristics of electrodes, which will be timely to minimize the trial and error in establishing the optimum energy storage/conversion systems. In this work, a thorough study is conducted in the successful fabrication of different nickel/cobalt-based nanocomposites with various 1D and 2D combined nanostructures, which have served as high-performing electrodes for both energy storage/conversion applications. Herein, the good supplements are provided for the composition-structure-performance relationship, which is expected to serve a set of useful guidelines for developing electrodes with 1D and 2D combined nanostructures for high-performing energy storage/conversion systems.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/164834
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