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Conducting-Polymer-Based Materials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage

Conducting-Polymer-Based Materials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage
Ying Zhu, Jianfeng Wang, Kuilin Lv, Zhuang Kong, Jinrong Wang, Chao Teng
To alleviate the current energy crisis and environmental pollution, sustainable and ecofriendly energy conversion and storage systems are urgently needed. Due to their high conductivity, promising catalytic activity, and excellent electrochemical properties, conducting polymers have been attracting intense attention for use in electrochemical energy conversion and storage. Here, the latest advances regarding the utilization of conducting polymers for fuel cells and supercapacitors are introduced. The strategies employed to improve the electrocatalytic and electrochemical performances of conducting-polymer-based materials are presented. In addition, future research endeavors and possible directions for further progress in this field are outlined. Conducting polymers are considered to be promising materials for energy conversion and storage due to their high conductivity, promising catalytic activity, and excellent electrochemical properties. The latest advances in conducting-polymer-based materials for fuel cells and supercapacitors are highlighted, and possible directions for further progress in this fascinating field are discussed.

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

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201703044

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