Department of Physics
One-step electrospinning of carbon nanowebs on metallic textiles for high-capacitance supercapacitor fabrics
© 2016 The Royal Society of Chemistry. We report the development of high-performance wearable supercapacitor fabrics based on flexible metallic fabrics (Ni-cotton), on which nanofiber webs containing multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) are directly electrospun without the need for any post-treatment. The as-prepared fabric devices show a high areal capacitance of 973.5 mF cm-2 (2.5 mA cm-2) and ultrahigh stability in the bending test at a very small bending radius (2 mm). In addition, such supercapacitor fabrics can be integrated into commercial textiles with any desirable forms, indicating the remarkable application potentials in wearable electronics.
Source Publication Title
Journal of Materials Chemistry A
Royal Society of Chemistry
Link to Publisher's Edition
Huang, Q., Liu, L., Wang, D., Liu, J., Huang, Z., & Zheng, Z. (2016). One-step electrospinning of carbon nanowebs on metallic textiles for high-capacitance supercapacitor fabrics. Journal of Materials Chemistry A (18), 6802-6808. https://doi.org/10.1039/C5TA09309K