Uniformly distributed FeVO4 nanocuboids on exfoliated rGO facilitated by supersonic spraying for wearable supercapacitors

Bhavana Joshi, Byeong yeop Kim, Edmund Samuel, Jungwoo Huh, Ali Aldalbahi, Mohamed El-Newehy, Hae Seok Lee, Sam S. Yoon

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High-energy–density supercapacitors exhibiting high power density and long-term stability are essential devices for energy storage applications, such as wearable electronics. In this study, we utilized supersonic spray deposition to exfoliate reduced graphene oxide (rGO). Additionally, a solvothermal process was employed to engineer the nanostructure of iron/vanadium oxides. Consequently, the resulting multivalent iron/vanadium oxide and rGO composites exhibited remarkably high energy densities. Three major parametric studies were conducted to investigate the electrochemical properties of iron oxide (FO), vanadium oxide (VO), and iron/vanadium oxide (FVO) composites with rGO. FVO/rGO emerged as the most promising sample, exhibiting an areal capacitance of 1240 mF·cm−2 at a current density of 2 mA·cm−2, as well as achieving a 90 % capacitance retention even after 8000 galvanostatic charge–discharge cycles. Furthermore, this sample delivered an energy density of 0.17 mWh·cm−2 at a power density of 4 mW·cm−2.

Original languageEnglish
Article number148617
JournalChemical Engineering Journal
Publication statusPublished - 2024 Feb 1

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  • Bimetallic
  • Iron vanadium oxide
  • Multivalent oxidation
  • Supercapacitor
  • Supersonic spraying

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Chemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • General Chemical Engineering
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering


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