Deshmukh, Abhay D. and Urade, Akanksha R. and Nanwani, Alisha P. and Deshmukh, Kavita A. and Peshwe, Dilip R. and Sivaraman, Patchaiyappan and Dhoble, Sanjay J. and Gupta, Bipin Kumar (2018) Two-Dimensional Double Hydroxide Nanoarchitecture with High Areal and Volumetric Capacitance. ACS Omega, 3 (7). pp. 7204-7213. ISSN 2470-1343

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The development of high volumetric or areal capacitance energy storage devices is critical for the future electronic devices. Hence, the hunting for next-generation electrode materials and their design is of current interest. The recent work in the two-dimensional metal hydroxide nanomaterials demonstrates its ability as a promising candidate for supercapacitor due to its unique structure and additional redox sites. This study reports a design of freestanding high-mass-loaded copper-cobalt hydroxide interconnected nanosheets for high-volumetric/areal-performance electrode. The unique combination of hydroxide electrode with high mass loading (26 mg/cm(2)) exhibits high areal and volumetric capacitance of 20.86 F/cm(2) (1032 F/cm(3)) at a current density of 10 mA/cm(2). This attributes to the direct growth of hydroxides on porous foam and conductivity of copper, which benefits the electron transport. The asymmetric supercapacitor device exhibits a high energy density of 21.9 mWh/cm(3), with superior capacitance retention of 96.55% over 3500 cycles.

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