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Electrochemical performance of Na/NaFePO4 sodium-ion batteries with ionic liquid electrolytes
Rechargeable Na/NaFePO4 cells with a sodium bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide (NaTFSI)-incorporated butylmethylpyrrolidinium (BMP)–TFSI ionic liquid (IL) electrolyte are demonstrated with anExpand
Ionic-liquid-enhanced glucose sensing ability of non-enzymatic Au/graphene electrodes fabricated using supercritical CO₂ fluid.
The synergistic interactions between Au/graphene and IL that lead to the superior electrochemical detection performance are demonstrated and discussed and the detection sensitivity of the latter electrode significantly improved, becoming noticeably greater than the former. Expand
Ionic liquid electrolytes with various sodium solutes for rechargeable Na/NaFePO4 batteries operated at elevated temperatures.
Butylmethylpyrrolidinium-bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide (BMP-TFSI) ionic liquid (IL) with various sodium solutes is used as an electrolyte for rechargeable Na/NaFePO4 cells and shows high thermal stability and nonflammability, and is ideal for high-safety applications. Expand
Rechargeable Na/Na0.44MnO2 cells with ionic liquid electrolytes containing various sodium solutes
Abstract Orthorhombic Na 0.44 MnO 2 with wide structural tunnels for sodium ion transport is synthesized. Butylmethylpyrrolidinium-bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide (BMP-TFSI) ionic liquid (IL) withExpand
Bistacked Titanium Carbide (MXene) Anodes for Hybrid Sodium-Ion Capacitors
Two-dimensional transition-metal carbides (MXenes) have shown great promise as electrode materials for high-rate pseudocapacitive energy storage. In this study, we report on the fabrication ofExpand
High-selectivity electrochemical non-enzymatic sensors based on graphene/Pd nanocomposites functionalized with designated ionic liquids.
Ang Angle-resolved X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analyses indicate that GNSs can create an aligned cation/anion orientation in the adsorbed IL film, with the anions preferentially occupying the topmost surface. Expand
The effects of ionic liquid on the electrochemical sensing performance of graphene- and carbon nanotube-based electrodes.
The synergistic interactions between graphene and IL that lead to the superior sensing performance are demonstrated and discussed and the detection sensitivity of the IL/graphene/Pd electrode significantly increases, becoming noticeably higher than that of theIL/CNT/PD counterpart. Expand
Unique Pd/graphene nanocomposites constructed using supercritical fluid for superior electrochemical sensing performance
Supercritical CO2 fluid (scCO2) with gas-like diffusivity, low viscosity, and near-zero surface tension can help debundle graphene nanosheets and uniformly disperse Pd nanocrystals (approximately 3Expand
Superconductivity in zero-dimensional indium nanoparticles
An In nanoparticle powder was fabricated by employing the thermal evaporation method. Size analysis using x-ray diffraction profiles analysis and atomic force microscopy images indicates an averageExpand
Holey graphene nanosheets with surface functional groups as high-performance supercapacitors in ionic-liquid electrolyte.
Pores and surface functional groups are created on graphene nanosheets (GNSs) to improve supercapacitor properties in a butylmethylpyrrolidinium-dicyanamide (BMP-DCA) ionic liquid (IL) electrolyte.Expand