Themed collection Graphene-based architectures for energy storage
Processing and manufacturing of graphene-based microsupercapacitors
Portable electronic devices and electric vehicles have greatly stimulated the development of micro-sized energy storage devices.
Concisely modularized assembling of graphene-based thin films with promising electrode performance
Highly dense thin films assembled from cellulose nanofibers and reduced graphene oxide via van der Waals interactions to realize ultrahigh volumetric double-layer capacitances.
Graphene-based Fe-coordinated framework porphyrin as an interlayer for lithium–sulfur batteries
Graphene-based iron-coordinated framework porphyrin modified separators render lithium–sulfur batteries with high sulfur utilization and long cycling life.
3D hollow reduced graphene oxide foam as a stable host for high-capacity lithium metal anodes
3D hollow reduced graphene oxide foam as host for prestring lithium for high capacity lithium metal anode.
Functionalization of wet-spun graphene films using aminophenol molecules for high performance supercapacitors
Aminophenol isomer functionalized graphene film electrodes are fabricated with wet-spinning technology for high performance supercapacitors.
Nanofluidic transport through humic acid modified graphene oxide nanochannels
The chemical similarity of graphene oxide (GO) and humic acid has been exploited to fine-tune the ionic and molecular transport properties of a lamellar GO membrane.
In situ TEM study of lithiation into a PPy coated α-MnO2/graphene foam freestanding electrode
Even with the many desirable properties, natural abundance and low cost of α-MnO2, its application as an anode in lithium-ion batteries has been limited because of its low intrinsic electrical conductivity and large volume expansion occurring during charge/discharge cycles.
About this collection
Owning to its exceptional structural, electronic and mechanical properties, graphene and its derivatives are found ideal materials for many electrochemical energy storage devices, including aluminium-graphene battery, Li-S battery, Na ion battery, other promising batteries and supercapacitors, etc. Aim of this themed collection is to highlight some of the very recent efforts in the assembly and characterization of graphene macrostructures, such as graphene fibres, graphene papers, graphene aerogels/frameworks etc., devices development based on those graphene materials and the exploration of their applications in energy generation and storage.
Guest Editors are Chao Gao (Zhejiang University) and Jiaxing Huang (Northwestern University).
More articles will be added to the collection as soon as they are published.