Metal ratio and bimetal nanoarchitectonics of ammonia-based fluoride complex induced nickel hydroxide and manganese oxide composites as active materials of an energy storage device

Chuan Chih Hsu, You Zher Yu, Chung Hsien Wu, Pin Yan Lee, Hung Ming Chen, Sadang Husain, Chutima Kongvarhodom, Yu Cheng Hsiao, Lu Yin Lin

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Abstract

Nickel and manganese compounds are widely applied as efficient battery-type active materials for energy storage devices, due to high theoretical capacities and abundant redox states for generating redox reactions to store charges. Morphology plays significant roles on energy storage ability. Structure directing agent (SDA) is widely reported to have ability for modulating configurations of active materials and to achieve excellent surface properties. In this work, it is the first time to use NH4BF4 and NH4HF2 as structure directing agents for synthesizing nickel manganese compounds derived from ZIF67 as active materials of energy storage devices. Bimetallic compounds are composed of nickel hydroxide and manganese oxide, which presents the favorable two-dimensional flower-like structure with high surface area and abundant redox states. The largest specific capacitance (CF) of 1358.2 F/g corresponding to the capacity of 226.4 mAh/g are achieved for the bimetallic compound synthesized using the Ni to Mn precursor ratio of 1 to 1 (NiMn11). The energy storage device assembled using NiMn11 and reduced graphene oxide on Ni foams presents a maximum energy density of 11.45 Wh/kg at the power density of 0.35 kW/kg, and excellent long-term stability with the CF retention of 85.6% and Coulombic efficiency of 87.5% after 10,000 cycles.

Original languageEnglish
Article number110316
JournalJournal of Energy Storage
Volume80
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1 2024

Keywords

  • NHBF
  • NHHF
  • Nickel and manganese-based compounds
  • Structure directing agent
  • ZIF67

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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