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Renewable-Biomolecule-Based Electrochemical Energy-Storage Materials

Renewable-Biomolecule-Based Electrochemical Energy-Storage Materials
Lin Guo, Hua Wang, Yun Yang
Currently, the development of safe and sustainable energy-storage systems is being pursued due to their large-scale production and widespread utilization. Harnessing the electroactive materials derived from biomass could pave a way to fabricate next-generation, environmental friendly and biocompatible energy-storage devices. In this Research News, recent progress in the field of renewable-biomolecules-based electrochemical energy-storage materials is highlighted. Specifically, the biomolecules exploration, electrode fabrication and electrochemical charge-storage mechanism of such renewable-biomolecules-based energy-storage materials are discussed. Finally, the critical challenges associated with renewable-biomolecules-based electrode materials are presented, and insights into the future development of rechargeable energy-storage devices based on natural biomaterials are provided. Renewable biomolecules are promising electrochemical charge-storage materials for next-generation green and biocompatible energy-storage devices. A brief summary of biomolecules exploration, electrode fabrication and related electrochemical charge-storage mechanism is provided. In addition, insights into the future development of biomolecule-based energy-storage materials are presented.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201700663

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