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Electrochemical carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction can produce valuable carbonaceous compounds that are in significant demand, due to its ability to decrease the accumulated atmospheric CO2 and improve the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources. Considering the sluggish kinetics of CO2...
Rechargeable lithium–sulfur batteries have aroused great attention in recent years. Thousands of research articles are published, and among these publications, the majority are dedicated to improving the battery's performance through chemically and physically modifying the sulfur electrode,...
The rapid development in miniaturized personal wearable devices has significantly stimulated the pursuit for ultrathin, flexible, and lightweight energy storage devices. As one of the most promising power supply devices, supercapacitors have attracted great interest owing to their long operating...
Lithium‐ion batteries have been used to operate various electric devices over the last decade. Electronic devices have been developed rapidly to achieve a high level of performance and enter into new markets. However, lithium‐ion batteries face limitations as a result of the low theoretical...
Energy storage materials and their applications have long been areas of intense research interest for both the academic and industry communities. Dielectric capacitors using antiferroelectric materials are capable of displaying higher energy densities as well as higher power/charge release...
The rapid development of flexible electronics has triggered extensive efforts to explore matching flexible energy‐storage devices as power sources. Flexible lithium‐ion batteries (LIBs) have been demonstrated as the current most attractive and versatile energy storage devices for flexible...
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