A NEW DESIGN STRATEGY FOR SUPERCAPACITORS
Grant number: DP180102890 | Funding period: 2018 - 2021
This project aims to build a new equivalent electric circuit model using structurally tuneable graphene-based porous electrodes to establish a quantitative structure-property-performance relationship for super-capacitors. The new model will then be used to design novel electrode and device architectures to realise new energy storage devices with high usable storage capacity at high operation rates. This new computer-aided strategy will greatly accelerate the design of next-generation high-performance super-capacitors, and bring significant benefit to Australia's emerging knowledge-based manufacturing industry.
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Electrolyte gating in graphene-based supercapacitors and its use for probing nanoconfined charging dynamics
Jing Xiao, Hualin Zhan, Xiao Wang, Zai-Quan Xu, Zhiyuan Xiong, Ke Zhang, George P Simon, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Dan Li
Graphene-based nanoporous materials have been extensively explored as high-capacity ion electrosorption electrodes for supercapaci..
Solvation-Involved Nanoionics: New Opportunities from 2D Nanomaterial Laminar Membranes.
Hualin Zhan, Zhiyuan Xiong, Chi Cheng, Qinghua Liang, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Dan Li
Nanoporous laminar membranes composed of multilayered 2D nanomaterials (2D-NLMs) are increasingly being exploited as a unique mate..
Ultrafast, Stable Ionic and Molecular Sieving through Functionalized Boron Nitride Membranes
Cheng Chen, Si Qin, Dan Liu, Jiemin Wang, Guoliang Yang, Yuyu Su, Liangzhu Zhang, Wei Cao, Ming Ma, Yijun Qian, Yuchen Liu, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Weiwei Lei
Porous membranes play an important role in the separation technologies such as gas purification, solute nanofiltration, and desali..