Introducing the new Nanoscale Advances “Supercapacitors” article collection

With 2020 well underway we thought to look back and share with you a selection of articles from the most popular topics in Nanoscale Advances so far.  Our first collection featured articles exploring “Photocatalysis and Photoelectrochemistry”, and are all free to access online.

Today we are announcing a new collection exploring the work published so far in Nanoscale Advances on “Supercapacitors”.

Below is a selection of articles featured in the collection.  Access the full collection for free here.



Progress in supercapacitors: roles of two dimensional nanotubular materials
Pritam Kumar Panda, Anton Grigoriev, Yogendra Kumar Mishra and Rajeev Ahuja
Nanoscale Adv., 2020, 2, 70-108
DOI: 10.1039/C9NA00307J


Engineering doping-vacancy double defects and insights into the conversion mechanisms of an Mn–O–F ultrafine nanowire anode for enhanced Li/Na-ion storage and hybrid capacitors
Yongfa Huang, Rui Ding, Danfeng Ying, Wei Shi, Yuxi Huang, Caini Tan, Xiujuan Sun, Ping Gao and Enhui Liu
Nanoscale Adv., 2019, 1, 4669-4678
DOI: 10.1039/ C9NA00521H


Phytic acid controlled in situ synthesis of amorphous cobalt phosphate/carbon composite as anode materials with a high mass loading for symmetrical supercapacitor: amorphization of the electrode to boost the energy density
Taewoo Kim, Arjun Prasad Tiwari, Kisan Chhetri, Gunendra Prasad Ojha, Hyoju Kim, Su-Hyeong Chae, Bipeen Dahal, Byoung Min Lee, Tanka Mukhiya and Hak Yong Kim
Nanoscale Adv., 2020, 2, 4918-4929
DOI: 10.1039/ D0NA00670J


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