Recent Progress in Carbon Dots‐Based Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage Toward Environmental Sustainability

Samarjeet Singh Siwal, Harjot Kaur, Adesh K. Saini, Vijay Kumar Thakur*

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Abstract

Carbon dots (CDs), an emerging category of carbon nanomaterials, have bright destiny in a vast diversity of engineering areas due to their great variety in design, arrangement, and characteristics. Their possible implementations have recently traversed from electrochemical energy storage (EES), fluorescent probing, and catalysis, particularly as materials into the critical elements of the electrochemical system. Herein, the current investigation based upon the preface of CDs in batteries, supercapacitors, hydrogen/oxygen evolution reaction, oxygen reduction reaction, electromagnetic interference shielding, and solar-assisted energy generation used as electrode materials integrated with an active substance as an auxiliary mechanism is shown. Different aspects conferred upon selected illustrations outline the electrochemical activity, and eventually, current issues and future viewpoints are recollected toward the following optimization method of electrode substances. This review article is anticipated to demand broad attention within active CD materials and encourage the growth of high-performance EES systems.
Original languageEnglish
Article number2200062
Number of pages20
JournalAdvanced Energy and Sustainability Research
Volume3
Issue number9
Early online date25 Jun 2022
DOIs
Publication statusPrint publication - Sept 2022

Keywords

  • batteries
  • carbon dots
  • electrocatalysts
  • electromagnetic interference shielding
  • oxygen/hydrogen evolution reactions
  • supercapacitors

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