Novel graphene/carbon nanotube composite fibers for efficient wire-shaped miniature energy devices.

@article{Sun2014NovelGN,
  title={Novel graphene/carbon nanotube composite fibers for efficient wire-shaped miniature energy devices.},
  author={Hao Sun and Xiao Guang You and Jue Deng and Xuli Chen and Zhibin Yang and Jing Ren and Huisheng Peng},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 18},
  pages={2868-73}
}
Novel nanostructured composite fibers based on graphene and carbon nanotubes are developed with high tensile strength, electrical conductivity, and electrocatalytic activity. As two application demonstrations, these composite fibers are used to fabricate flexible, wire-shaped dye-sensitized solar cells and electrochemical supercapacitors, both with high performances, for example, a maximal energy conversion efficiency of 8.50% and a specific capacitance of ca. 31.50 F g(-1). These miniature… CONTINUE READING
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