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NiCo2S4 Materials for Supercapacitor Applications

NiCo2S4 Materials for Supercapacitor Applications
Ke-Jing Huang, Yong-Ping Gao
Cobalt–nickel sulfide (NiCo2S4) shows extensive potential for innovative photoelectronic and energetic materials owing to distinctive physical and chemical properties. In this review, representative strategies for the fabrication and application of NiCo2S4 and composite nanostructures are outlined for supercapacitors, with the aim of promoting the development of NiCo2S4 and their composites in the supercapacitor field through an analysis and comparison of diverse nanostructures. A brief introduction into the structures, properties, and morphologies are presented. Further prospects and promising developments of the materials in the supercapacitor field are also proposed. Two metals are better than one: Cobalt–nickel sulfide (see figure) shows extensive potential for innovative photoelectronic and energetic materials owing to distinctive physical and chemical properties. In this review, representative strategies for the fabrication of NiCo2S4 and composite nanostructures for applications as supercapacitors are outlined.

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

DOI: 10.1002/asia.201700461

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