Nature-resembled nanostructures for energy storage/conversion applications

Yu, Huili and Zhang, Jingjia and Shaheen, Irum and Ahmad, Muhammad and Chen, Xi and Akkinepally, Bhargav and Hussain, Iftikhar (2023) Nature-resembled nanostructures for energy storage/conversion applications. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry . ISSN 1226-086X Published Online First

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Nature-inspired nanomaterial is one of the well-investigated nanostructures with favorable properties exhibiting high surface area, more active sites, and tailorable porosity. In energy storage systems, nature-inspired nanomaterials have been highly anticipated to obtain the desired properties. Such nanostructures of nature-inspired nanomaterials include porous carbon, metal oxides/sulfides/phosphides/selenides/hydroxides, and others that have shown exemplary performance in electrochemical energy storage devices. However, the growing studies of nature-inspired nanomaterials have not fully been explored and summarized for numerous applications. This review reports the development of nature-inspired nanomaterials from different applications. Notably, we report the current methodologies and challenges for obtaining nature-inspired nanomaterials for supercapacitors, different types of batteries, catalysis, and substrates. The review ends with addressing the challenges and future perspectives of nature-inspired nanostructures toward their commercialization in electrochemical energy storage and conversion systems.
Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Batteries; Energy conversion; Energy harvesting; Energy storage; Nature inspired nanostructure; Supercapacitors
Divisions: Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center
Depositing User: Irum Shaheen
Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2023 15:05
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2023 15:05

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