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Mn-based layered oxide microspheres assembled by ultrathin nanosheets as cathode material for potassium-ion batteries EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 293 , 299-306 | Electrochimica Acta
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© 2018 Elsevier Ltd Potassium-ion batteries (KIBs) are regarded as potentially promising large-scale energy storage (EES) systems due to the close redox potential to lithium, the rich reserve and low cost of potassium resources. Nevertheless, the larger ionic radius of K-ion makes cathode materials for KIBs be a difficult issue. Herein, we construct Mn-based layered oxide (K0.32MnO2) microsphere, self-assembled by ultrathin nanosheets, as potential cathode electrode for nonaqueous KIBs, which delivers a reversible discharge capacity of 95.1 mAh·g−1 at 10 mA g−1. It is demonstrated that K0.32MnO2 undergoes a simple solid solution reaction mechanism for K-ions deintercalation/intercalation during the initial charge-discharge process, which is not like complex multiple processes accompanied by phase transition for Mn-based layered oxide particles. Ex situ measurements reveal that K0.32MnO2 nanosheets can provide outstanding morphology and structure stability, as well as fast electrochemical kinetics upon cycling, thus high rate capacity, improved cycling lifetime and voltage stability at low and high rates can be obtained. We also verify the practical feasibility of K-ion full cell with commercial super P carbon black anode. This novel work illuminates the electrochemical mechanism for K-ions storage in depth, which may push the study on layered oxide cathodes and accelerate the development of KIBs.

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Cathode material Mn-based layered oxide Nonaqueous electrolyte Potassium-ion battery Solid solution process

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GB/T 7714 Chong, Shaokun , Wu, Yifang , Chen, Yuanzhen et al. Mn-based layered oxide microspheres assembled by ultrathin nanosheets as cathode material for potassium-ion batteries [J]. | Electrochimica Acta , 2019 , 293 : 299-306 .
MLA Chong, Shaokun et al. "Mn-based layered oxide microspheres assembled by ultrathin nanosheets as cathode material for potassium-ion batteries" . | Electrochimica Acta 293 (2019) : 299-306 .
APA Chong, Shaokun , Wu, Yifang , Chen, Yuanzhen , Guo, Shengwu , Tai, Zige , Shu, Chengyong et al. Mn-based layered oxide microspheres assembled by ultrathin nanosheets as cathode material for potassium-ion batteries . | Electrochimica Acta , 2019 , 293 , 299-306 .
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Cryptomelane-type MnO2/carbon nanotube hybrids as bifunctional electrode material for high capacity potassium-ion full batteries EI Scopus SCIE
期刊论文 | 2018 , 54 , 106-115 | Nano Energy
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Potassium-ion batteries (PIBs) have been receiving a great deal of attention owing to abundant and cost-effective potassium resources. However, the key issue is to explore suitable electrode materials for accommodating the large size K-ions reversibly. In this report, K1.06Mn8O16/CNT hybrids are systematically studied for the first time as bifunctional PIBs-electrodes, in which Mn-ions play as the redox center. As the cathode, it exhibits excellent electrochemical kinetics and reversibility, as well as highly structure stability. The cathode displays an unprecedented capacity of 309.4 mA h g−1 at 20 mA g−1 with the energy density of 733.3 Wh kg−1 and outstanding rate performance (187.1 mA h g−1 at 500 mA g−1). In addition, the high capacity of 636.6 mA h g−1 at 20 mA g−1, ultra-long cycling lifespan over 500 cycles and remarkable rate capability can also be acquired when the material was tested as the anode. The extraordinary electrochemical properties are ascribed to the well-developed conductive network and robust microstructure stability. Meanwhile, the symmetrical K-ions full cell exhibits high discharge capacity of 241.0 mA h g−1 at 100 mA g−1. This work reveals the K-ions storage mechanism in cryptomelane bifunctional electrodes in depth and the fundamental understanding help us open up a new direction for PIBs. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd

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Bifunctional electrodes Conductive networks Cryptomelane Discharge capacities Electrochemical kinetics High capacity Microstructure stability Potassium ions

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GB/T 7714 Chong, Shaokun , Wu, Yifang , Liu, Chaofeng et al. Cryptomelane-type MnO2/carbon nanotube hybrids as bifunctional electrode material for high capacity potassium-ion full batteries [J]. | Nano Energy , 2018 , 54 : 106-115 .
MLA Chong, Shaokun et al. "Cryptomelane-type MnO2/carbon nanotube hybrids as bifunctional electrode material for high capacity potassium-ion full batteries" . | Nano Energy 54 (2018) : 106-115 .
APA Chong, Shaokun , Wu, Yifang , Liu, Chaofeng , Chen, Yuanzhen , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Yongning et al. Cryptomelane-type MnO2/carbon nanotube hybrids as bifunctional electrode material for high capacity potassium-ion full batteries . | Nano Energy , 2018 , 54 , 106-115 .
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Ultrafine grained dual-phase martensite/ferrite steel strengthened and toughened by lamella structure EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 734 , 311-317 | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING
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Grain refinement is one of the most effective methods for strengthening steels, but grain refinement to 1 pm or less deteriorates the ductility considerably. To evade the strength-ductility trade-off, a lamellar-structured (LS) ultrafine-grained (UFG) dual-phase (DP) ferrite/martensite (F/M) steel was produced by warm rolling an intercritical annealed low-carbon martensite and subsequent air cooling in this paper. The microstructure is similar to a short fiber reinforced composite, and the highest strength (1432 +/- 15 MPa) combined with a decent ductility (16.5 +/- 0.5% elongation) is achieved in DP steel. Compared with conventional equiaxed coarse grained (CG) and UFG DP counterparts, the LS martensite in UFG DP steel can produce extra strengthening effect and is also beneficial to ductility. And the short fiber theory can predict the strength very well.

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Steel Dual phases Ultrafine grained microstructure Lamella structure Mechanical properties

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Junjie , Jiang, Tao , Wang, Yingjun et al. Ultrafine grained dual-phase martensite/ferrite steel strengthened and toughened by lamella structure [J]. | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING , 2018 , 734 : 311-317 .
MLA Sun, Junjie et al. "Ultrafine grained dual-phase martensite/ferrite steel strengthened and toughened by lamella structure" . | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING 734 (2018) : 311-317 .
APA Sun, Junjie , Jiang, Tao , Wang, Yingjun , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Yongning . Ultrafine grained dual-phase martensite/ferrite steel strengthened and toughened by lamella structure . | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING , 2018 , 734 , 311-317 .
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A low-alloy high-carbon martensite steel with 2.6 GPa tensile strength and good ductility EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 158 , 247-256 | ACTA MATERIALIA
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A low-alloy and high-carbon martensite steel (0.66% C) with ultrafine grains is produced by combination of Tempforming (tempering and deforming of a quenched steel) and reheating followed by water quenching and low temperature tempering. The size of prior-austenite grains of the steel is reduced to 2.4 mu m through this new technique, and its ultimate tensile strength of 2.6 GPa and elongation of 7% are obtained, which is the highest strength in low alloy high strength steels. The microstructure of the high carbon martensite consists of high density dislocations, undissolved spherical carbides, and dispersed nano-scale Fe3C and Fe5C2\ phases precipitated at interior of martensitic after tempering. The strengthening mechanisms of the ultrafine grain martensitic steel are mainly dislocation strengthening and precipitation strengthening and also fine grain strengthening. The tensile strength and ductility of the steel are superior to that of existing maraging steels, such as C350, the highest strength in commercialized level, in which more than 20% precious alloy elements such as Co, Mo, Ni, and Ti are contained, and the cost of our materials is only about 1/50 of the C350. All above advantages are desirable for broad industrial applications at an economic cost. (C) 2018 Acta Materialia Inc. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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High carbon martensite steel Ductility Ultrafine grain Dislocation substructure Ultrahigh strength

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Yingjun , Sun, Junjie , Jiang, Tao et al. A low-alloy high-carbon martensite steel with 2.6 GPa tensile strength and good ductility [J]. | ACTA MATERIALIA , 2018 , 158 : 247-256 .
MLA Wang, Yingjun et al. "A low-alloy high-carbon martensite steel with 2.6 GPa tensile strength and good ductility" . | ACTA MATERIALIA 158 (2018) : 247-256 .
APA Wang, Yingjun , Sun, Junjie , Jiang, Tao , Sun, Yu , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Yongning . A low-alloy high-carbon martensite steel with 2.6 GPa tensile strength and good ductility . | ACTA MATERIALIA , 2018 , 158 , 247-256 .
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Effect of grain refinement on high-carbon martensite transformation and its mechanical properties EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 726 , 342-349 | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING
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In this paper, the grain size effect on martensite transformation and its mechanical properties were investigated in two high-carbon steels. The results show that grain refinement can induce a phase transformation of high carbon martensite substructure from twin to dislocations. When grains are refined to smaller than 4 mu m, no twin could be observed, instead, full dislocation substructure is obtained. And the martensite substructure transition results in an enhancement in mechanical properties, an ultrahigh tensile strength of 2.28 GPa and a significant elongation of 6.8% are obtained in the 0.61 wt%C steel. A model based on the relationship between dislocation slip stress (tau(S)) and twin shear stress (tau(T)) with grain size (d) is developed to explain the above phase transformation phenomenon. The tau(T) is proportional to d(-1) and tau(S) is proportional to d(-1/2), both of which increase with reducing grain size, but tau(T) is more sensitive to grain size. Therefore, a critical grain size (d(c)) is obtained, at which the stresses for twining and for dislocation gliding are equal, lower than this value (i.e. grain is finer), the stress for twin is higher than that for dislocation gliding, so dislocation slip becomes main deformation process in martensite transformation. The theoretically calculated d(c) is about 2.7-7.6 mu m, which is in good agreement with the experimental results. These findings may provide a new way to design ultra-high strength and high ductility steels.

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Martensitic phase transformation High-carbon steel Dislocation structure Twinning Mechanical property

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Junjie , Jiang, Tao , Wang, Yingjun et al. Effect of grain refinement on high-carbon martensite transformation and its mechanical properties [J]. | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING , 2018 , 726 : 342-349 .
MLA Sun, Junjie et al. "Effect of grain refinement on high-carbon martensite transformation and its mechanical properties" . | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING 726 (2018) : 342-349 .
APA Sun, Junjie , Jiang, Tao , Wang, Yingjun , Guo, Shengwu , Liu, Yongning . Effect of grain refinement on high-carbon martensite transformation and its mechanical properties . | MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING , 2018 , 726 , 342-349 .
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Two 3D structured Co-Ni bimetallic oxides as cathode catalysts for high-performance alkaline direct methanol fuel cells EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 361 , 160-169 | JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES | IF: 6.945
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Two NiCo2O4 bimetallic oxides were synthesized via a facile hydrothermal method. SEM and TEM observations show that these materials have three-dimensional (3D) dandelion-like (DL) and flower-like (FL) morphologies. Their large specific surface areas (90.68 and 19.8 m(2).g(-1)) and porous structures provide many active sites and effective transport pathways for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR). Electrochemical measurements with a rotating ring-disc electrode (RRDE) indicate that the electron transfer numbers of the NiCo2O4-DL and NiCo2O4-FL catalysts for ORR in an alkaline solution are 3.97 and 3.91, respectively. Fuel cells were assembled with the bimetallic oxides, PtRu/C and a polymer fiber membrane (PFM) as cathode catalysts, anode catalyst and electrolyte film, respectively. For NiCo2O4-DL, the peak power density reaches up to 73.5 mW.cm(-2) at 26 degrees C, which is the highest room-temperature value reported to date. The high catalytic activity of NiCo2O4 is mainly attributed to the presence of many Co3+ cations that directly donate electrons to O-2 to reduce it via a more efficient and effective route. Furthermore, the catalytic performance of NiCo2O4-DL is superior to that of NiCo2O4-FL because it has a higher specific surface area and is less crystalline. (C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Flower-like NiCo2O4 Hierarchical dandelion-like NiCO2O4 Direct methanol fuel cell Oxygen reduction reaction

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Yan , Shu, Chengyong , Fang, Yuan et al. Two 3D structured Co-Ni bimetallic oxides as cathode catalysts for high-performance alkaline direct methanol fuel cells [J]. | JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES , 2017 , 361 : 160-169 .
MLA Liu, Yan et al. "Two 3D structured Co-Ni bimetallic oxides as cathode catalysts for high-performance alkaline direct methanol fuel cells" . | JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES 361 (2017) : 160-169 .
APA Liu, Yan , Shu, Chengyong , Fang, Yuan , Chen, Yuanzhen , Liu, Yongning . Two 3D structured Co-Ni bimetallic oxides as cathode catalysts for high-performance alkaline direct methanol fuel cells . | JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES , 2017 , 361 , 160-169 .
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A high performance martensitic stainless steel containing 1.5 wt% Si EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 125 , 35-45 | MATERIALS & DESIGN | IF: 4.525
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Usually, martensitic precipitation hardening stainless steels (MPHSSs) contain ultralow carbon concentration to ensure its high performance in corrosion resistance, weldability and toughness. Meanwhile, high content of alloy elements (such as Mo, Ni, Ti and Cu) is inevitably added in order to obtain superb strength by precipitation hardening. In this work, a new idea of alloying design in stainless steels has been proposed, in which carbon serves as the main strengthening element and high silicon concentration (1.5 wt%) is used to suppress carbide precipitation and coarsening during tempering. A steel with composition of Fe-0.2C-15Cr-3Ni-1.5Si-1.0Mn has been designed and prepared, and its excellent mechanical performance (ultimate tensile strength of 1680 MPa, total elongation of 16%), pitting corrosion resistance and weldability have been displayed. Moreover only low-cost alloying components and ordinary treatments are needed to obtain those outstanding properties which are comparable to commercialized MPHSSs (such as 17-4 PH, PH13-8 Mo). (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Solution strengthening Stainless steel Mechanical property Alloying design

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GB/T 7714 Jiang, Tao , Sun, Junjie , Liu, Hongji et al. A high performance martensitic stainless steel containing 1.5 wt% Si [J]. | MATERIALS & DESIGN , 2017 , 125 : 35-45 .
MLA Jiang, Tao et al. "A high performance martensitic stainless steel containing 1.5 wt% Si" . | MATERIALS & DESIGN 125 (2017) : 35-45 .
APA Jiang, Tao , Sun, Junjie , Liu, Hongji , Wang, Yingjun , Guo, Shengwu , Sun, Yu et al. A high performance martensitic stainless steel containing 1.5 wt% Si . | MATERIALS & DESIGN , 2017 , 125 , 35-45 .
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Super-strong dislocation-structured high-carbon martensite steel SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 7 | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS | IF: 4.122
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High-carbon martensite steels (with C > 0.5 wt.%) are very hard but at the same time as brittle as glass in as-quenched or low-temperature-tempered state. Such extreme brittleness, originating from a twin microstructure, has rendered these steels almost useless in martensite state. Therefore, for more than a century it has been a common knowledge that high-carbon martensitic steels are intrinsically brittle and thus are not expected to find any application in harsh loading conditions. Here we report that these brittle steels can be transformed into super-strong ones exhibiting a combination of ultrahigh strength and significant toughness, through a simple grain-refinement treatment, which refines the grain size to similar to 4 mu m. As a result, an ultra-high tensile strength of 2.4 similar to 2.6 GPa, a significant elongation of 4 similar to 10% and a good fracture toughness (K-1C) of 23.5 similar to 29.6 MPa m(1/2) were obtained in high-carbon martensitic steels with 0.61-0.65 wt.% C. These properties are comparable with those of "the king of super-high-strength steels"-maraging steels, but achieved at merely 1/30 similar to 1/50 of the price. The drastic enhancement in mechanical properties is found to arise from a transition from the conventional twin microstructure to a dislocation one by grain refinement. Our finding may provide a new route to manufacturing super-strong steels in a simple and economic way.

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GB/T 7714 Sun, Jun-jie , Liu, Yong-ning , Zhu, Yun-tian et al. Super-strong dislocation-structured high-carbon martensite steel [J]. | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS , 2017 , 7 .
MLA Sun, Jun-jie et al. "Super-strong dislocation-structured high-carbon martensite steel" . | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 7 (2017) .
APA Sun, Jun-jie , Liu, Yong-ning , Zhu, Yun-tian , Lian, Fu-liang , Liu, Hong-ji , Jiang, Tao et al. Super-strong dislocation-structured high-carbon martensite steel . | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS , 2017 , 7 .
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Potassium ferrous ferricyanide nanoparticles as a high capacity and ultralong life cathode material for nonaqueous potassium-ion batteries EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 5 (43) , 22465-22471 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A | IF: 9.931
WoS CC Cited Count: 8 SCOPUS Cited Count: 11
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We propose potassium ferrous ferricyanide (KFeII[Fe-III(CN)(6)]) nano particles with a 3D open framework structure as a cathode for nonaqueous K-ion batteries. Electrochemical reaction mechanism analyses identify that two redox-active sites based on C and N coordinated Fe-II/Fe-III redox couples play a role in K-ion storage, and no phase change occurs in the different states of the initial and second charge-discharge processes. Thus, the (KFeII[Fe-III(CN)(6)] electrode exhibits a high discharge capacity of 118.7 mA h g(-1) at an operating voltage of 3.34 V and extremely excellent cycling stability with a capacity value of 111.3 mA h g(-1) after 100 cycles at 10 mA g(-1). Moreover, an ultralong cycling lifespan of 1000 cycles with a high capacity retention of 80.49% and extraordinary voltage stability at 100 mA g(-1) can be acquired. Ex situ characterizations verify that the outstanding electrochemical performance of (KFeII[Fe-III(CN)(6)] is attributed to superior structural stability and electrochemical reversibility upon long-term cycling. Therefore, the (KFeII[Fe-III(CN)(6)] material can make KlBs competitive in EES applications.

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GB/T 7714 Chong, Shaokun , Chen, Yuanzhen , Zheng, Yang et al. Potassium ferrous ferricyanide nanoparticles as a high capacity and ultralong life cathode material for nonaqueous potassium-ion batteries [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2017 , 5 (43) : 22465-22471 .
MLA Chong, Shaokun et al. "Potassium ferrous ferricyanide nanoparticles as a high capacity and ultralong life cathode material for nonaqueous potassium-ion batteries" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A 5 . 43 (2017) : 22465-22471 .
APA Chong, Shaokun , Chen, Yuanzhen , Zheng, Yang , Tan, Qiang , Shu, Chengyong , Liu, Yongning et al. Potassium ferrous ferricyanide nanoparticles as a high capacity and ultralong life cathode material for nonaqueous potassium-ion batteries . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A , 2017 , 5 (43) , 22465-22471 .
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Enhanced Structural Stability of Nickel-Cobalt Hydroxide via Intrinsic Pillar Effect of Metaborate for High-Power and Long-Life Supercapacitor Electrodes SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2017 , 17 (1) , 429-436 | NANO LETTERS | IF: 12.08
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Layered alpha-Ni(OH)(2) and its, derivative bimetallic hydroxides (e.g., alpha-(Ni/Co)(OH)(2)) have attracted much attention due to their high Specific capacitance, although their insufficient cycling stability has blocked their wide application in various technologies. In this work; we demonstrate that the cycling performance of alpha-(Ni/Co)(OH)(2) can be obviously enhanced via the intrinsic pillar effect of metaborate. Combining the high porosity feature of the metaborate stabilized alpha-(Ni/CO)(OH)(2) and the improved electronic conductivity Offered by graphene substrate, the average capacitance fading rate of the metaborate stabilized alpha-(Ni/Co)(OH)(2) is only similar to 0.0017% per cycle within 10 000 cycles at the current density of 5 A g(-1). The rate performance is excellent over a wide temperature range from -20 to 40 degrees C. We believe that the enhancements should mainly be ascribed to the excellent structural stability offered by the metaborate pillars, and the detailed mechanism is discussed.

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bimetallic hydroxides Pillar effect graphene metaborate supercapacitor

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Yuanzhen , Pang, Wei Kong , Bai, Haihua et al. Enhanced Structural Stability of Nickel-Cobalt Hydroxide via Intrinsic Pillar Effect of Metaborate for High-Power and Long-Life Supercapacitor Electrodes [J]. | NANO LETTERS , 2017 , 17 (1) : 429-436 .
MLA Chen, Yuanzhen et al. "Enhanced Structural Stability of Nickel-Cobalt Hydroxide via Intrinsic Pillar Effect of Metaborate for High-Power and Long-Life Supercapacitor Electrodes" . | NANO LETTERS 17 . 1 (2017) : 429-436 .
APA Chen, Yuanzhen , Pang, Wei Kong , Bai, Haihua , Zhou, Tengfei , Liu, Yongning , Li, Sai et al. Enhanced Structural Stability of Nickel-Cobalt Hydroxide via Intrinsic Pillar Effect of Metaborate for High-Power and Long-Life Supercapacitor Electrodes . | NANO LETTERS , 2017 , 17 (1) , 429-436 .
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