Recent advancements in metal oxides for energy storage materials: design, classification, and electrodes configuration of supercapacitor

Shaheen, Irum and Hussain, Iftikhar and Zahra, Taghazal and Javed, Muhammad Sufyan and Shah, Syed Shoaib Ahmad and Khan, Karim and Hanif, Muhammad Bilal and Assiri, Mohammed A. and Said, Zafar and Arifeen, Waqas Ul and Akkinepally, Bhargav and Zhang, Kaili (2023) Recent advancements in metal oxides for energy storage materials: design, classification, and electrodes configuration of supercapacitor. Journal of Energy Storage, 72 . ISSN 2352-152X

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Among different energy storage devices, supercapacitors have garnered the attention due to their higher charge storage capacity, superior charging-discharging performance, higher power density, and long cycle life. Subsequently, introducing low-cost and highly-efficient supercapacitors is a hot topic in the industrial and scientific realms. Metal oxides are considered as the most suitable electrode materials due to their intrinsic properties, economic attractiveness, environmental friendliness, and abundant availability. However, there is still a salient need to have e comprehensive study of the significance of metal oxide nanomaterials for supercapacitors in relation to their sustainable synthesis approaches. Thus, this review delineated the different sustainable synthesis approaches for metal oxide nanomaterials following their morphological, compositional, and supercapacitive properties. Initially, the review covers designs or configurations of supercapacitors followed by the types of supercapacitors based on electrode materials. Further, metal oxides-based pseudocapacitive-/battery-type electrodes have been articulated comprehensively. Moreover, this review aims to provide sustainable fabrication of metal oxide nanomaterial-based supercapacitors with a superior interpretation of the design and functioning of the device that could serve as guidelines for new synthesis and fabrication approaches to develop sustainable supercapacitors for practical applications.
Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Advanced nanomaterials; Economic supercapacitor; Energy storage; Metal oxides; Sustainable synthesis
Divisions: Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center
Depositing User: Irum Shaheen
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2023 16:41
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2023 16:41

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