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Hydrothermal synthesis of a graphene‐based composite enabling the fabrication of a current collector‐free microsupercapacitor with improved energy storage performance

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Herein, the development and the characterization of an all-solid state symmetrical and current collector-free microsupercapacitor based on a new reduced graphene oxide-polydopamine (rGO-PDA) composite are reported. The rGO-PDA composite is synthesized by a facile, ecofriendly and scalable hydrothermal approach in the presence of dopamine which can not only contribute to the oxygen functional groups removal from graphene oxide but also polymerize onto the rGO sheets reducing their restacking and improving the wettability of the electrode. The optimized rGO-PDA composite material exhibits excellent capacitance and cycling stability as well as an improved rate capability compared to the pristine rGO in Na2SO4 solution. This performance enhancement can be linked to the higher transfer kinetic and lower transfer resistance values of the ions involved in the charge storage process of rGO-PDA, as determined by ac-electrogravimetry. Furthermore, an all-solid-state microsupercapacitor was prepared employing the optimized rGO-PDA composite as electrode material. Interdigitated electrodes were obtained thanks to a CO2 laser and a Na2SO4/PVA hydrogel was employed, no current collector was used. This device achieves a noteworthy energy density of 6.2mWh•cm-3 at a power density of 0.22W•cm-3. Moreover, it exhibits exceptional cycling stability, retaining 104% of its initial capacity even after undergoing 10,000 cycles at 2V•s-1 .
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hal-04353337 , version 1 (19-12-2023)

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Adnane Bouzina, René Meng, Françoise Pillier, Hubert Perrot, Catherine Debiemme-Chouvy, et al.. Hydrothermal synthesis of a graphene‐based composite enabling the fabrication of a current collector‐free microsupercapacitor with improved energy storage performance. Batteries & Supercaps, 2024, 7, pp.e202300430(1-10). ⟨10.1002/batt.202300430⟩. ⟨hal-04353337⟩
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