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Revolutionizing energy storage: A critical appraisal of MXene-based composites for material designing and efficient performance



Significant advancements in materials science have urged researchers to hunch new outlooks, whereby MXene composites have shown some outstanding physicochemical characteristics.

The effectiveness of MXene composites in electrochemical energy storage and conversion devices has opened a pavement for minimizing the ongoing energy crisis. In this context, MXene-based composites are highly in demand as an active material in various electrochemical applications.

This comprehensive review provides an up-to-date look at the latest methods used to make MXene composites. The study thoroughly explores different materials and how they can be used in electrochemical energy systems. This includes applications in supercapacitors, lithium-ion, and non‑lithium-ion batteries, and various energy storage devices.

The review offers a clear and engaging perspective, diving into the possibilities and challenges that could shape future research in MXene composites for electrochemical energy applications.

The main aim is to support the development of high-quality MXene-based composites and expand their potential uses in energy storage and conversion systems.

by Farooq Ahmad, Muhammad Asim, Saba Mubashar, Amir Shahzad, Qurat Ul Ain, Muhammad Ahmed Khan, Shahid Atiq, Muhammad Adnan, Huma Jamil, Abdul Qayyum, Kanwal Shahbaz, Muhammad Danish. Journal of Energy Storage, Volume 84, Part A, 15 April 2024, 110757.

DOI: 10.1016/j.est.2024.110757

First published: 15 April 2024

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