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Rechargeable Li‐ion batteries (LIBs) are electrochemical storage device widely applied in electric vehicles, mobile electronic devices, etc. However, traditional LIBs containing liquid electrolytes suffer from flammability, poor electrochemical stability, and limited operational temperature...
Although being less competitive energy density‐wise, Na‐ion batteries are serious alternatives to Li‐ion ones for applications where cost and sustainability dominate. O3‐type sodium layered oxides could partially overcome the energy limitation, but their practical use is plagued by a reaction...
Scaling large‐area solar cells is in high demand for the commercialization of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) with a high power‐conversion efficiency (PCE). However, few roll‐to‐roll‐compatible deposition methods for the formation of highly oriented uniform perovskite films are reported. Herein, a...
High‐output triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs) are demonstrated based on polyimide (PI)‐based polymers by introducing functionalities (e.g., electron‐withdrawing and electron‐donating groups) into the backbone. The TENG based on 6FDA‐APS PI, possessing the most negative electrostatic potential...
The record efficiency of the state‐of‐the‐art polymer solar cells (PSCs) is rapidly increasing, due to the discovery of high‐performance photoactive donor and acceptor materials. However, strong questions remain as to whether such high‐efficiency PSCs can be produced by scalable processes. This...
Constructing well defined nanostructures is promising but still challenging for high‐efficiency catalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and energy storage. Herein, utilizing the differences in surface energies between (111) facets of CoP and NiCoP, a novel CoP/NiCoP heterojunction is...
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