2021
DOI: 10.1039/d0ta10329b View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Novel catalytic α-FeOOH/graphene aerogel films for high performance hydrovoltaic power generation devices have been developed with an exceptionally high power density of 47 mW m−2 upon the addition of H2O2 to the saline solution.

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“…The yielded electric power of the SiNWs/SISCF-based hydrovoltaic device was attributed to the evaporation-driven energy by the electrokinetic effect . More importantly, the power generation was improved by the significantly enhanced water evaporation rate through harvesting solar energy .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…45 The yielded electric power of the SiNWs/SISCF-based hydrovoltaic device was attributed to the evaporation-driven energy by the electrokinetic effect. 46 More importantly, the power generation was improved by the significantly enhanced water evaporation rate through harvesting solar energy. 47 The electricity generation performance in distilled water of the SiNWs/SISCF-based hydrovoltaic device was evaluated under different solar intensities (Figure 6a).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…48 To pursue higher performances of EEDs, composite materials in which dominant materials are functionalized by additives might be customized and demonstrate enormous capacity. 46,[49][50][51][52] Composite materials generally retain the morphological characteristics of dominant materials while the additives endow new properties or functional surfaces for enhancing electrical outputs. For intuitive clarifications, several efficient EEDs based on composite materials would be overviewed.…”
Section: Materials Classification and Morphologymentioning
“…49 Similarly, a graphene/α-FeOOH aerogel film and a MoS 2 /SiO 2 composite film were also adopted. 51,52 These devices pave the way for realizing efficient EEDs using composite materials.…”
Section: Water Evaporation For Energy Harvestingmentioning
“…16 Considering all the advantages, GO components show great application prospects in the field of hydrovoltaic technology. 17 A GO-based hydrovoltaic generator has wide applications in power supply, sensors, information storage, wearable devices, intelligent artificial skin and other fields (Fig. 1).…”
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