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Carbon‐oxide and carbon‐sulfide nanocomposites have attracted tremendous interest as the anode materials for Li and Na ion batteries. Such composites are fascinating as they often show synergistic effect compared to their singular components. Carbon nanomaterials are often used as the matrix due...
Pseudocapacitance is a key charge storage mechanism to advanced electrochemical energy storage devices distinguished by the simultaneous achievement of high capacitance and a high charge/discharge rate by using surface redox chemistries. MXene, a family of layered compounds, is a...
Charge transport in organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices is often characterized by space‐charge limited currents (SCLC). However, this technique only probes the transport of charges residing at quasi‐equilibrium energies in the disorder‐broadened density of states (DOS). In contrast, in an...
Although lithium sulfur batteries (LSBs) have attracted much interest owing to their high energy densities, synthesis of high‐rate cathodes and understanding their volume expansion behavior still remain challenging. Herein, electrospinning is used to prepare porous carbon nanofiber (PCNF) hosts,...
Overall water splitting involved hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and oxygen evolution reaction (OER) are critical for renewable energy conversion and storage. Heteroatom‐doped carbon materials have been extensively employed as efficient electrocatalysts for independent HER or OER processes,...
The influence of illumination on the long‐term performance of planar structured perovskite solar cells (PSCs) is investigated using fast and spatially resolved luminescence imaging. The authors analyze the effect of illuminated current density–voltage (J–V) and light‐soaking measurements on...
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