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Self-supported materials for battery technology-A review
Published in Elsevier Ltd
Volume: 831
In the last couple of decades, the largest challenge for the storing of electrical power has extended for dynamic and stationary applications. Though, the existing electrochemical systems are expensive to enter new marketplaces, still greater accomplishment is essential, and ecologically suitable resources are desired. These restrictions possibly resolved by extensive developments in innovative substances of which fundamental components are accessible in large amounts in nature; nanostructured materials seem to appear to possess a big part within the production. Novel negative electrodes with greater storage capability are desirable together with safe and cheap anodes and steady electrolyte coordination. Especially, nanoarchitectures in two-dimension (2D) and three dimensions (3D) have made phenomenal advancements in these days. In this review, the latest improvements in the approaches to the production, choice of distinct substrates of the current collector, and structural arrangement of self-supported nanoarchitecture electrodes with distinct an electrode materials, and catalysts are examined systematically. The inherent association of the excellent structural natures, the conductive layers, and electrochemical dynamic characteristics of self-supported materials (SSMs) are carefully evaluated. Finally, the upcoming plans and ways of producing SSMs are emphasized. This may open an innovative way of emerging perfect versatile SSMs for further enhanced Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). © 2020
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JournalData powered by TypesetJournal of Alloys and Compounds
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