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Synthesis and uses of MXene Derivatives in Energy Conservation and Storages

Author(s): Suru Ren

Transition metal carbides or nitrides (MXene) have shown promising applications in energy convention and storage (ECS), owing to their high conductivity and adjustable surface functional groups. In the past several years, many MXene derivatives with different structures have been successfully prepared and their impressive performance demonstrated in ECS. The mechanics involved in photocatalysis, electrocatalysis, and rechargeable batteries are also discussed, as well as their performance. In addition, the difficulties of MXene derivatives in ECS are discussed. Graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, hexagonal boron nitrides, black phosphorene and silene are two-dimensional (2D) materials that have showed promise in Energy Conversion and Storage (ECS). MXenes, or transition metal carbides or nitrides, are the nextgeneration 2D materials
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