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Formation of graphene-wrapped multi-shelled NiGa2O4 hollow spheres and graphene-wrapped yolk–shell NiFe2O4 hollow spheres derived from metal–organic frameworks for high-performance hybrid supercapacitors

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Abstract

To construct a supercapacitor (SC) with considerable performance, synthesis of an electrode material with a highly porous structure is necessary. Herein, an efficient metal–organic framework (MOF)-derived procedure is offered to construct a graphene wrapped multi-shelled NiGa2O4 hollow sphere (GW-MSNGOHS) positive electrode material and a graphene-wrapped yolk–shell NiFe2O4 hollow sphere (GW-YS-NFOHS) negative electrode material with a highly porous nature in SCs. The GW-MSNGOHS and GW-YS-NFOHS electrodes exhibit excellent capacities (∼411.25 mA h g−1 and 254.25 mA h g−1, respectively, at 1 A g−1), reasonable rate performances (75.85%, and 62.7%, respectively), and outstanding cyclability (98.9% and 90.9%, respectively). Benefiting from the reasonably engineered negative and positive electrodes, the fabricated asymmetric device (GW-MSNGOHS//GW-YS-NFOHS) can show an excellent energy density (ED) of 118.97 W h kg−1 at a power density (PD) of 1702 W kg−1, an exceptional robustness of 92.1%, and an excellent capacity (Cs) of 140.2 mA g−1.

Graphical abstract: Formation of graphene-wrapped multi-shelled NiGa2O4 hollow spheres and graphene-wrapped yolk–shell NiFe2O4 hollow spheres derived from metal–organic frameworks for high-performance hybrid supercapacitors

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Submitted
24 Oct 2019
Accepted
09 Dec 2019
First published
09 Dec 2019

Nanoscale, 2020, Advance Article
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Formation of graphene-wrapped multi-shelled NiGa2O4 hollow spheres and graphene-wrapped yolk–shell NiFe2O4 hollow spheres derived from metal–organic frameworks for high-performance hybrid supercapacitors

A. Mohammadi Zardkhoshoui and S. S. Hosseiny Davarani, Nanoscale, 2020, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/C9NR09108D

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