Synthesis and electrochemical properties of 2D molybdenum vanadium carbides – solid solution MXenes

@article{Pinto2020SynthesisAE,
  title={Synthesis and electrochemical properties of 2D molybdenum vanadium carbides – solid solution MXenes},
  author={David Pinto and Babak Anasori and Hemesh Avireddy and Christopher Eugene Shuck and Kanit Hantanasirisakul and Grayson Deysher and Joan Ram{\'o}n Morante and William Porzio and Husam N. Alshareef and Yury Gogotsi},
  journal={Journal of Materials Chemistry},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={8957-8968}
}
MXenes have demonstrated high performance as negative electrodes in supercapacitors with aqueous electrolytes due to their high redox capacitance. However, oxidation limits their use under positive potential, requiring asymmetric devices with positive electrodes made of other materials which are usually less capacitive compared to MXenes and therefore limit the device performances. Here, we report the synthesis of two-dimensional molybdenum vanadium carbides (MoxV4−xC3), previously unexplored… 

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