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Highly stable 3D porous heterostructures with hierarchically-coordinated octahedral transition metals for enhanced performance supercapacitors

Hong, J and Lee, YW and Ahn, D and Pak, S and Lee, J and Jang, AR and Lee, S and Hou, B and Cho, Y and Morris, SM and Shin, HS and Cha, SN and Sohn, JI and Kim, JM (2017) Highly stable 3D porous heterostructures with hierarchically-coordinated octahedral transition metals for enhanced performance supercapacitors. Nano Energy, 39. pp. 337-345. ISSN 2211-2855

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Abstract

Designing and tailoring the assembly of complex ternary transition metal oxide (TTMO) structures are a key step in the pursuit of high performance pseudo-capacitive materials for the development of next-generation energy storage devices. Here, we present uniquely assembled 3D porous heterostructures with hierarchically-coordinated TTMOs, comprising the multiply interconnected primary nanoporous frameworks of ZnCo O /NiMoO core-shell structures and the secondary protruding structures of NiMoO layered nanosheets. By benefiting from the combination of hierarchically cooperative two TTMOs, the developed 3D ZnCo O /NiMoO heterostructures with their stable, porous, and conductive features exhibit robust pseudo-capacitive performance with high capacitances of 6.07 F cm and 1480.48 F g at 2 mA cm as well as an excellent cycling stability of 90.6% over 15,000 cycles. Moreover, an asymmetric supercapacitor device can deliver a high energy density of 48.6 Wh kg and a power density of 2820 W kg . The superior pseudo-capacitive energy storage characteristics are strongly attributed to the interconnected 3D nanoporous network architectures of the TTMOs along with the secondary layered nanosheets that provide 1) the enlarged surface area with the high conductivity, 2) the facile and multi-access ion paths, and 3) the favorable structural stability. Combined, these results highlight the importance of novel nanostructure design in maximizing the pseudo-capacitive performance and provide a viable way to develop new electrode materials. 2 4 4 4 2 4 4 –2 –1 –2 –1 –1

Item Type: Article
Subjects: UNSPECIFIED
Divisions: Div B > Solid State Electronics and Nanoscale Science
Depositing User: Cron Job
Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2018 01:30
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2021 10:50
DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.07.010