Hybrid Electrodes of Carbon Nanotube and Reduced Graphene Oxide for Energy Storage Applications
- Hybrid Electrodes of Carbon Nanotube and Reduced Graphene Oxide for Energy Storage Applications
- Eunmi Choi; Su Jin Chae; Areum Kim; Keun Won Kang; Min Seok Oh; Soon Hyeong Kwon; 윤성필; Sung Gyu Pyo
- Li Ion Battery; Supercapacitor; Graphene; Carbon Nanotube; Carbon
- Issue Date
- Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology
- VOL 15, NO 11, 9104-9109
- The choice of electrode materials in lithium ion batteries and supercapacitors is important for the
stability, capacity, and cycle life of the device. Despite its low capacity, graphite has often been
used as an electrode material due to its inherent stability. Due to an increasing demand for largecapacity energy storage systems, there is also a demand for the development of large-capacity
Li ion batteries and supercapacitors. Therefore, carbonaceous materials like graphene and carbon nanotubes (CNTs), which have high stability as well as excellent electrical conductivity and
mechanical strength, are receiving attention as new electrode materials. Recently, starting from
simply applying graphene and CNTs as electrode materials and progressing to the development of hybrid materials, there have been increasing research efforts in enhancing the performance of Li ion batteries and supercapacitors through the use of carbonaceous materials. This paper will discuss new composite materials and electrode structures that use graphene and CNTs for applications in Li ion batteries and supercapacitors.
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