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The increasing developments in wearable electronics demand compatible power sources such as yarn supercapacitors (YSCs) that can effectively perform in a limited footprint. MXene nanosheets, which have been recently shown in the literature to possess ultra-high volumetric capacitance, were used in this study for the fabrication of YSCs in order to identify their potential merit and performance in YSCs. With the aid of a conductive binder (PEDOT-PSS), YSCs with high mass loading of MXene are demonstrated. These MXene-based YSCs exhibit excellent device performance and stability even under bending and twisting. This study demonstrates that MXene is a promising candidate for YSCs and its further development can lead to flexible power sources with sufficient performance for powering miniaturized and/or wearable electronics.
Author(s): Zhang J, Seyedin S, Gu Z, Yang W, Wang X, Razal JM
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Print publication date: 21/12/2017
Online publication date: 07/11/2017
Acceptance date: 06/11/2017
ISSN (electronic): 2040-3372
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
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