Multicompartmental Micro/Nanofibers Toward Fiber Based Energy Devices

Author(s):

Jaemin Lee and Kyung J. LeePages 49-65 (17)

Abstract:

Multicompartmental micro/nanofibers have been attained growing interest in the recent years because of their potential applications for fiber-based energy applications such as solar cell, piezo-electric materials, lithium ion battery, and supercapacitor. Herein, we summarized preparation pathway for multicompartmental micro/nanofibers and fiber based energy applications which will play an important role in development of wearable electronics in near future.

Keywords:

Dip coating, EHD co-jetting, electrodeposition, electropolymerization, electrospinning, Energy conversion, energy storage, fiber-based electronics, lithium ion battery (LIB), modified melt extrusion, multicompartmental fibers, piezo-electric, solar power, supercapacitor.

Affiliation:

Department of Fine Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University (CNU), Daejeon, Republic of Korea 305-764.

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