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Nitrogen, Fluorine, and Boron Ternary Doped Carbon Fibers as Cathode Electrocatalysts for Zinc–Air Batteries

Zinc–air batteries with high‐density energy are promising energy storage devices for the next generation of energy storage technologies. However, the battery performance is highly dependent on the efficiency of oxygen electrocatalyst in the air electrode. Herein, the N, F, and B ternary doped carbon... Full description

Journal Title: Small May 2018, Vol.14(20), pp.n/a-n/a
Main Author: Wang, Lei
Other Authors: Wang, Yueqing , Wu, Mingguang , Wei, Zengxi , Cui, Chunyu , Mao, Minglei , Zhang, Jintao , Han, Xiaopeng , Liu, Quanhui , Ma, Jianmin
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title: Nitrogen, Fluorine, and Boron Ternary Doped Carbon Fibers as Cathode Electrocatalysts for Zinc–Air Batteries
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  • Wang, Lei
  • Wang, Yueqing
  • Wu, Mingguang
  • Wei, Zengxi
  • Cui, Chunyu
  • Mao, Minglei
  • Zhang, Jintao
  • Han, Xiaopeng
  • Liu, Quanhui
  • Ma, Jianmin
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  • Carbon Nanofibers
  • Electrocatalysis
  • Oxygen Evolution Reaction
  • Oxygen Reduction Reaction
  • Zinc–Air Battery
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description: Zinc–air batteries with high‐density energy are promising energy storage devices for the next generation of energy storage technologies. However, the battery performance is highly dependent on the efficiency of oxygen electrocatalyst in the air electrode. Herein, the N, F, and B ternary doped carbon fibers (TD‐CFs) are prepared and exhibited higher catalytic properties via the efficient 4e transfer mechanism for oxygen reduction in comparison with the single nitrogen doped CFs. More importantly, the primary and rechargeable Zn–air batteries using TD‐CFs as air–cathode catalysts are constructed. When compared to batteries with Pt/C + RuO and Vulcan XC‐72 carbon black catalysts, the TD‐CFs catalyzed batteries exhibit remarkable battery reversibility and stability over long charging/discharging cycles. are one of promising energy storage devices, which can be promoted by efficient catalysts with improved kinetics. In this work, the N, F, and B ternary doped carbon fibers exhibit high catalytic property. More importantly, Zn–air batteries employing the ternary doped carbon fibers as air‐cathode catalyst exhibit higher reversibility and stability over long charge/discharge cycles.
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abstractZinc–air batteries with high‐density energy are promising energy storage devices for the next generation of energy storage technologies. However, the battery performance is highly dependent on the efficiency of oxygen electrocatalyst in the air electrode. Herein, the N, F, and B ternary doped carbon fibers (TD‐CFs) are prepared and exhibited higher catalytic properties via the efficient 4e transfer mechanism for oxygen reduction in comparison with the single nitrogen doped CFs. More importantly, the primary and rechargeable Zn–air batteries using TD‐CFs as air–cathode catalysts are constructed. When compared to batteries with Pt/C + RuO and Vulcan XC‐72 carbon black catalysts, the TD‐CFs catalyzed batteries exhibit remarkable battery reversibility and stability over long charging/discharging cycles. are one of promising energy storage devices, which can be promoted by efficient catalysts with improved kinetics. In this work, the N, F, and B ternary doped carbon fibers exhibit high catalytic property. More importantly, Zn–air batteries employing the ternary doped carbon fibers as air‐cathode catalyst exhibit higher reversibility and stability over long charge/discharge cycles.
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