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Lightweight, interconnected VO2 nanoflowers hydrothermally grown on 3D graphene networks for wide-voltage-window supercapacitors

Lightweight, interconnected VO2 nanoflowers hydrothermally grown on 3D graphene networks for wide-voltage-window supercapacitors
Asim Abas, Xiaohua Zhao, Yue Zhang, Xuetao Zhang, Zhiwei Yang, Junya Wang, Qing Su, Erqing Xie, Wei Lan
Highly stable and interconnected VO2 nanoflowers were uniformly grown on flexible three dimensional graphene networks, which directly served as a lightweight and high conductivity supercapacitor electrode (VO2 NF@3DG).

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/iZDcODs1JDk/C7RA04376G

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA04376G

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