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Electrochemical capacitors (i.e., supercapacitors) as energy storage technologies have attracted a lot of attention because of the increasing demand for efficient high‐power delivery. Over the past decades, various advanced electrode materials and cell design have been developed to improve the...
The introduction of new, safe, and reliable solid‐electrolyte chemistries and technologies can potentially overcome the challenges facing their liquid counterparts while widening the breadth of possible applications. Through tech‐historic evolution and rationally analyzing the transition from...
The triboelectric material properties and mechanical stability of the contact layer are vital to achieving durable triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs) with high output performance. Herein, a novel MXene/Ecoflex nanocomposite is introduced as a promising triboelectric material because of its...
Over 25% efficiencies have been achieved by organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells (PSCs). However, their practical applications are limited by the instability of the hybrid perovskite materials. Replacing hybrid perovskites with inorganic CsPbX3 perovskites shows great promise to...
Achieving the targeted control of layered oxide properties calls for more fundamental studies to mechanistically probe their evolution during their synthesis. Herein, dopant distribution, phase propagation, and local chemical changes as well as their interplay in multielement‐doped LiNiO2...
Polyethylene oxide (PEO) based solid polymer electrolytes (SPEs) are incompatible with the 4 V class cathodes such as LiCoO2 due to the limited electrochemical oxidation window of PEO. Herein, a number of binders including commonly used binders PEO, polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF), and...
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