Advanced materials and technologies for hybrid supercapacitors for energy storage – A review
Review article, 2019

Supercapacitors have become the most significant energy conversion and storage system in recent renewable and sustainable nanotechnology. Due to its large energy capacity and supply with relatively short time and longer lifetime, supercapacitors breakthrough in advance energy applications. This review presents a comparative study of different materials, working principles, analysis, applications, advantages and disadvantages of various technologies available for supercapacitors. The aim of this article is to discuss the possibility of hybrid supercapacitor for the next generation of energy technology. The development of composite materials containing a wide range of active constituents (e.g., graphene, activated carbon, transition metals, metal oxides, perovskites and conducting polymers) by in-situ hybridization and ex-situ recombination is also discussed. This review consecrated largely the contribution of combining all materials (electrode and electrolyte) and their synthesis process and electrochemical performance. Enduringly, the potential issues and the perspectives for future research based on hybrid supercapacitors in energy applications are also presented.

Graphene

Energy storage

Nanomaterials

Supercapacitor

Rechargeable battery

Author

A. Afif

Universiti Brunei Darussalam

Habibur Seikh Mohammad Rahman

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

Atia Tasfiah Azad

University of Aberdeen

Juliana H. Zaini

Universiti Brunei Darussalam

Md Aminul Islan

Universiti Brunei Darussalam

A. K. Azad

Universiti Brunei Darussalam

Journal of Energy Storage

2352-152X (eISSN)

Vol. 25 October 2019 100852

Subject Categories

Other Environmental Engineering

Materials Chemistry

Energy Systems

DOI

10.1016/j.est.2019.100852

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11/28/2019