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Energy Storage (Supercapacitor)

The next generation energy storage device, the supercapacitor is broadly used in consumer electronics, hybrid energy vehicles, and memory back up in some electronic devices etc. Till now so many electrode materials are developed for supercapacitor applications, and they are classified according to their energy storage principles such as EDLC and pseudocapacitive types. Generally, various carbonaceous materials are treated as EDLC electrode materials and graphene having a larger surface area and higher conductivity received tremendous attention among all. Some transition metal oxides are used as pseudocapacitive electrode material due to the presence of various oxidation state. The metal atom shuttles electron transfer reaction between the electrode material and electrolyte and gives better capacitance performance. Therefore, a wider scope is lying to explore the performance and properties of new metal oxide materials and different hybrid structures for supercapacitor application.

Progress on Supercapacitor @CSIR IMMT

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Representive Publications

  • Lingaraj Pradhan, Swagatika Kamila, Ganeswara Padhy, Debi Prasad Das, Bikash Kumar Jena,*  Emerging Vanadium-Doped Cobalt Chloride Carbonate Hydroxide for Flexible Electrochromic Micro-Supercapacitor: Charged-State Prediction from RGB Input by ANN ModelSmall 2024, 2401238 [IF:13.3]

  • Bishnupad Mohanty, Lingaraj Pradhan, Manikandan Kandasamy, Brahmananda Chakraborty and Bikash Kumar Jena,* The Influence of EDLC and Pseudocapacitive Active Quantum Dots on Graphene Towards Enhancement of Supercapacitor Properties The experimental and theoretical Findings of the concerted effect of Dual Quantum Dots on Graphene matrix for Energy Storage Applications Energy &Fuels 2023, Accepted [IF:4.654]

  • L. Pradhan, B. Nayak, A. Mukherjee, S. Basu, P. Bhanja, Bikash Kumar Jena,* Sphere like Naphthalene-Based Microporous Nickel Phosphonate Facile for Asymmetric Supercapacitor Device and Bifunctional Oxygen Electrocatalysts  (Submitted ACS applied energy materials) ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2023, 6, 3347–3356 [IF:6.024]

  • S. K. Das, L. Pradhan, Bikash Kumar Jena,* S. Basu, Polymer derived honeycomb-like carbon nanostructures for high capacitive supercapacitor application Carbon, 2023, 201, 49-59 [11.307]

  • Kishore K. Jena, Ahmad Mayyas, Bishnupad Mohanty, Bikash Kumar Jena, Jeena Rose Jos, Akram AlFantazi, Brahmananda Chakraborty, Abdulrahman Abdulla Almarzooqi, Recycling of High Performance Graphite Powder from Spent Lithium ion Batteries (LIBs) to Synthesize Graphene nano-sheets (GNs) and GNs- Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) nano-hybrid materials for high performance Supercapacitor. Energy and Fuels 2022, 36, 2159–2170 [IF:3.605]

  • Nitesh Kumar, Lingaraj Pradhan, Bikash Kumar Jena* “Recent Progress on Novel Current Collector Electrodes for Energy Storage Devices: Supercapacitors” WIREs Energy and Environment 2022, 11, e415 [IF:3.803]

  • S. Kamila, P. Mane, R. I. Mohanty, B. Chakraborty, Bikash Kumar Jena* Supercapacitor Properties of V10O14(OH)2 and Reduced Graphene Oxide Hybrids: Experimental and Theoretical Insights Electrochimica Acta 2021, 399, 139357[IF:6.901]

  • Bishnupad Mohanty, Lopamudra Giri, Bikash Kumar Jena* "MXene-Derived Quantum Dots for Energy Conversion and Storage Applications" Energy and Fuels 2021, 35, 14304–14324[IF:3.605]

  • S. Kamila, K. Manikandan, B. Chakraborty, Bikash Kumar Jena* “Role of Iodine on HI treated flexible reduced graphene oxide film for enhancement of supercapacitance properties: Experimental with insight from DFT Simulations” New Journal of Chemistry, 2020, 44, 1418-1425

  • S. Kamila, B. Chakraborty, S. Basu, Bikash Kumar Jena* “Combined Experimental and Theoretical Insights into Energy Storage Applications of a VO2(D)–Graphene Hybrid” J. Phys. Chem. C 2019, 123, 24280-24288.

  • A. K. Samantara, S. Kamila, A. Ghosh, Bikash Kumar Jena*, “Highly Ordered 1D NiCo2O4 Nanorods on Graphene: An Efficient Dual-functional Hybrid Materials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Applications” Electrochimica Acta, 2018, 264, 147-157.

  • S. Kamila, B. Mohanty, A. K. Samantara, P. Guha, A. Ghosh, B. L. Jena, P. V. Satyam, B. K. Mishra, Bikash Kumar Jena* “Highly Active 2D Layered MoS2-rGO Hybrids for Energy Conversion and Storage Applications” Scientific Reports, 2017, 7, 8378.

  • S. Ratha, A. K. Samantara, K. K. Sinha, A. S. Gangan, B. Chakraborty, Bikash Kumar Jena,* C. S. Rout “Urea-assisted Room Temperature Stabilized Metastable β-NiMoO4: Experimental and Theoretical Insights into its Unique Bi-functional Activity towards Oxygen Evolution and Supercapacitor” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2017, 9, 9640-9653.

  • R. Barik, Bikash Kumar Jena, M. Mohapatra “Metal doped mesoporous FeOOH nanorods for high performance supercapacitor”, RSC Advances 2017, 7, 49083-49090.

  • A. K. Samantara, S. C. Sahu, A. Ghosh and Bikash Kumar Jena* “Sandwiched graphene with nitrogen, sulphur co-doped CQDs: an efficient metal-free material for energy storage and conversion applications” J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 16961–16970.

  • R. Barik, Bikash Kumar Jena, M. Mohapatra “In-situ synthesis of flowery shape α-FeOOH/Fe2O3 nano particles and their phase dependant supercapacitive behaviour” RSC Advances 2014, 4, 18827-18834.

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