A phosphorus integrated strategy for supercapacitor: 2D black phosphorus–doped and phosphorus-doped materials

Yogendra Kumar Mishra, J.S. Shaikh*, N.S. Shaikh, S. Sabele, N. Parveen, S. P. Patil, Pongsakorn Kanjanaboos, S. Praserthdam, C.D. Lokhande*

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Abstract

In the design and development of energy storage devices, two main factors are considered first high electrochemical performances and second low-cost materials. Phosphorus owns excellent properties such as high carrier mobility, tunable bandgap, anisotropic electronic properties, hydrophilicity, biocompatibility, good electrochemical activity, and high surface area. The interlayer distance of black phosphorus (BP) (0.55 nm) is higher than that of graphene which makes facile ion transportation for supercapacitor application. The phosphorus-based electrode obtained with top-down approaches such as exfoliation and bottom-up approach such as pulsed laser deposition. The BP has been investigated due to its small electronegativity of P which is beneficial to improve the electrical conductivity of the electrode and its abundance nature makes it a desirable candidate for the fabrication of low-cost device. Hence, this review covers the new BP material as the advanced materials for the commercial realization of advanced supercapacitors. This is the first review on phosphorus integrated supercapacitor devices. This review will give a brief idea about BP to researchers in search of outstanding supercapacitor configurations with different electrodes and electrolytes.
Original languageEnglish
Article number100480
JournalMaterials Today Chemistry
Volume21
Number of pages21
ISSN2468-5194
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2021

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