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Transition-Metal (Fe, Co, Ni) Based Metal-Organic Frameworks for Electrochemical Energy Storage

Transition-Metal (Fe, Co, Ni) Based Metal-Organic Frameworks for Electrochemical Energy Storage
Huaiguo Xue, Yuxia Xu, Qin Hu, Xiao Xiao, Bingyi Yan, Xinran Li, Huan Pang, Shasha Zheng
Transition-metal (Fe, Co, Ni) based metal-organic framework materials with controllable structures, large surface areas and adjustable pore sizes have attracted wide research interest for use in next-generation electrochemical energy-storage devices. This review introduces the synthesis of transition-metal (Fe, Co, Ni) based metal-organic frameworks and their derivatives with the focus on their application in supercapacitors and batteries. Transition-metal (Fe, Co, Ni) based metal-organic frameworks represent one promising kind of power materials for electrochemical energy storage. Synthesis strategies, tailored material properties and different electrochemical performances are prominent features of supercapacitors and batteries. Transition-metal (Fe, Co, Ni) based metal-organic frameworks and their derivative nanomaterials are comprehensively summarized and evaluations are given in this review.

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

DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201602733

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