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High-performance multifunctional graphene yarns: toward wearable all-carbon energy storage textiles

Aboutalebi,SH, Jalili,R, Esrafilzadeh,D, Salari,M, Gholamvand,Z, Aminorroaya Yamini,S, Konstantinov,K, Shepherd,RL, Chen,J, Moulton,SE, Innis,PC, Minett,AI, Razal,JM and Wallace,GG 2014, High-performance multifunctional graphene yarns: toward wearable all-carbon energy storage textiles, ACS nano, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 2456-2466, doi: 10.1021/nn406026z.

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Title High-performance multifunctional graphene yarns: toward wearable all-carbon energy storage textiles
Author(s) Aboutalebi,SH
Jalili,R
Esrafilzadeh,D
Salari,M
Gholamvand,Z
Aminorroaya Yamini,S
Konstantinov,K
Shepherd,RL
Chen,J
Moulton,SE
Innis,PC
Minett,AI
Razal,JM
Wallace,GG
Journal name ACS nano
Volume number 8
Issue number 3
Start page 2456
End page 2466
Total pages 11
Publisher American Chemical Society
Place of publication Washington, D.C.
Publication date 2014-03-25
ISSN 1936-086X
Keyword(s) fiber
graphene
liquid crystals
multifunctional architectures
self-assembly
supercapacitor
textile
Science & Technology
Physical Sciences
Technology
Chemistry, Multidisciplinary
Chemistry, Physical
Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
Materials Science, Multidisciplinary
Chemistry
Science & Technology - Other Topics
Materials Science
OXIDE LIQUID-CRYSTALS
ORGANIC-MATTER NATURE
ELECTROCHEMICAL CAPACITORS
MICRO-SUPERCAPACITORS
DIFFUSION MECHANISMS
NEXT-GENERATION
GRAPHITE OXIDE
SURFACE-AREA
FACILE ROUTE
FIBERS
Summary The successful commercialization of smart wearable garments is hindered by the lack of fully integrated carbon-based energy storage devices into smart wearables. Since electrodes are the active components that determine the performance of energy storage systems, it is important to rationally design and engineer hierarchical architectures atboth the nano- and macroscale that can enjoy all of the necessary requirements for a perfect electrode. Here we demonstrate a large-scale flexible fabrication of highly porous high-performance multifunctional graphene oxide (GO) and rGO fibers and yarns by taking advantage of the intrinsic soft self-assembly behavior of ultralarge graphene oxide liquid crystalline dispersions. The produced yarns, which are the only practical form of these architectures for real-life device applications, were found to be mechanically robust (Young's modulus in excess of 29 GPa) and exhibited high native electrical conductivity (2508 ± 632 S m(-1)) and exceptionally high specific surface area (2605 m(2) g(-1) before reduction and 2210 m(2) g(-1) after reduction). Furthermore, the highly porous nature of these architectures enabled us to translate the superior electrochemical properties of individual graphene sheets into practical everyday use devices with complex geometrical architectures. The as-prepared final architectures exhibited an open network structure with a continuous ion transport network, resulting in unrivaled charge storage capacity (409 F g(-1) at 1 A g(-1)) and rate capability (56 F g(-1) at 100 A g(-1)) while maintaining their strong flexible nature.
Language eng
DOI 10.1021/nn406026z
Field of Research 091205 Functional Materials
Socio Economic Objective 860406 Synthetic Fibres, Yarns and Fabrics
HERDC Research category C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
ERA Research output type C Journal article
Copyright notice ©2014, American Chemical Society
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30072409

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Institute for Frontier Materials
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