Hybridization of 2D Nanomaterials with 3D Graphene Architectures for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion

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Original languageEnglish
Article number2202319
Journal / PublicationAdvanced Functional Materials
Volume32
Issue number42
Online published14 Apr 2022
Publication statusPublished - 17 Oct 2022

Abstract

Since the discovery of graphene, diverse kinds of 2D nanomaterials have been explored and exhibited great promise for application in electrochemical energy storage and conversion. However, the restacking of 2D nanomaterials severely reduces their exposed active sites and thus impairs their electrochemical performance. Moreover, except for graphene, a large number of 2D nanomaterials normally possess unsatisfactory electrical conductivity. One of the effective strategies to address the aforementioned shortcomings is to hybridize 2D nanomaterials with 3D graphene architectures since large specific surface area and rapid transport pathways for electrons, ions, and mass can be achieved in the obtained hybrid materials. This review summarizes the typical strategies to hybridize 2D nanomaterials with 3D graphene architectures and then highlights the application of these hybrid materials in rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors, and electrocatalytic water splitting. The challenges and future research directions in this research area are also discussed.

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  • 2D nanomaterials, 3D graphene architectures, energy conversion, energy storage, hybrid materials