Achieving High‐Performance 3D K+‐Pre‐intercalated Ti3C2Tx MXene for Potassium‐Ion Hybrid Capacitors via Regulating Electrolyte Solvation Structure
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- Angewandte Chemie, 2021, 133, (50), pp. 26450-26457
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The development of high-performance anode materials for potassium-based energy storage devices with long-term cyclability requires combined innovations from rational material design to electrolyte optimization. A three-dimensional K+-pre-intercalated Ti3C2Tx MXene with enlarged interlayer distance was constructed for efficient electrochemical potassium-ion storage. We found that the optimized solvation structure of the concentrated ether-based electrolyte leads to the formation of a thin and inorganic-rich solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) on the K+-pre-intercalated Ti3C2Tx electrode, which is beneficial for interfacial stability and reaction kinetics. As a proof of concept, 3D K+-Ti3C2Tx//activated carbon (AC) potassium-ion hybrid capacitors (PIHCs) were assembled, which exhibited promising electrochemical performances. These results highlight the significant roles of both rational structure design and electrolyte optimization for highly reactive MXene-based anode materials in energy storage devices.
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