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Bioinspired Polydopamine Supported on Oxygen-Functionalized Carbon Cloth as a High-Performance 1.2 V Aqueous Symmetric Metal-Free Supercapacitor

Masumeh Moloudi, Mohammad Safi Rahmanifar, Abolhassan Noori, Richard B Kaner, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperJournal of Materials Chemistry A , 2021 January , {Pages }

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The ongoing surge in demand for sustainable energy technologies with little to no environmental impacts calls for the exploration of advanced energy storage materials. Inspiration from nature is undoubtedly a promising approach to comply with environmental legislations. Herein, we describe a facile and green electrosynthesis approach to fabricate a polydopamine (PDA) nanofilm supported on oxygen-functionalized carbon cloth (FCC). The surface functionalization of carbon cloth facilitates the PDA nanofilm adhesion and endows the as-prepared PDA-FCC electrode with excellent flexibility, good electrical conductance (22.6 mS), and outstanding wettability to the aqueous electrolyte. Owing to these merits, the PDA-FCC electrode delivers a favorabl

Bioinspired polydopamine supported on oxygenfunctionalized carbon cloth as a high-performance 1.2 V aqueous symmetric metal-free supercapacitor

Mohammad Safi Rahmanifar, Abolhassan Noori, Xueying Chang, Masumeh Moloudi, Richard B Kaner, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperJournal of Materials Chemistry A , Volume 10 , Issue 10, 2021 February 27, {Pages }

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The ongoing surge in demand for sustainable energy technologies with little to no environmental impacts calls for the exploration of advanced energy storage materials. Inspiration from nature is undoubtedly a promising approach to comply with environmental legislations. Herein, we describe a facile and green electrosynthesis approach to fabricate a polydopamine (PDA) nanofilm supported on oxygenfunctionalized carbon cloth (FCC). The surface functionalization of carbon cloth facilitates the PDA nanofilm adhesion and endows the as-prepared PDA-FCC electrode with excellent flexibility, good electrical conductance (22.6 mS), and outstanding wettability to the aqueous electrolyte. Owing to these merits, the PDA-FCC electrode delivers a favorable

The ordered mesoporous carbon nitride-graphene aerogel nanocomposite for high-performance supercapacitors

Mahrokh Nazari, Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Abolhassan Noori, Weijun Li, Cheng Zhang, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperJournal of Power Sources , Volume 494 , 2021 May 15, {Pages 229741 }

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Mesoporous carbon nitrides (MCNs) are considered as one of the most fascinating materials for a variety of applications because of their low cost, high specific surface area, abundant functionalities, and ordered porous structures. However, pristine MCNs suffer from a poor electrical conductivity, thus an inferior supercapacitive performance. Herein, we synthesized MCN via a nano hard-templating approach (using SBA-15 template) and then composited it with the graphene aerogel (GA). The highly conductive metal-free MCN-GA nanocomposite, in which MCN is firmly grafted onto GA via covalent bonding, exhibits a hierarchical porous structure, and demonstrates an exceptional supercapacitive performance among the different materials of the carbon f

Polyaniline-Lignin Interpenetrating Network for Supercapacitive Energy Storage

N Dianat, MS Rahmanifar, A Noori, MF El-Kady, X Chang, RB Kaner, ...
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Direct growth of polyaniline nanotubes on carbon cloth for flexible and high-performance supercapacitors

Journal Paper , 2020 May 21, {Pages }

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2020-05-20 Assigned to THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA reassignment THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS). Assignors: HASHEMI, Masumeh

Exploration of Advanced Electrode Materials for Approaching High‐Performance Nickel‐Based Superbatteries

Yasin Shabangoli, Maher F El‐Kady, Mahrokh Nazari, Elaheh Dadashpour, Abolhassan Noori, Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Xiaojing Lv, Cheng Zhang, Richard B Kaner, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperSmall , 2020 June 9, {Pages 2001340 }

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The surging interest in high performance, low‐cost, and safe energy storage devices has spurred tremendous research efforts in the development of advanced electrode active materials. Herein, the in situ growth of zinc–iron layered double hydroxide (Zn–Fe LDH) on graphene aerogel (GA) substrates through a facile, one‐pot hydrothermal method is reported. The strong interaction and efficient electronic coupling between LDH and graphene substantially improve interfacial charge transport properties of the resulting nanocomposite and provide more available redox active sites for faradaic reactions. An LDH–GA||Ni(OH)2 device is also fabricated that results in greatly enhanced specific capacity (187 mAh g−1 at 0.1 A g−1), outstanding

Redox and ion-adsorption electrodes and energy storage devices

Journal Paper , 2020 August 20, {Pages }

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Provided herein are energy storage devices comprising a first electrode comprising a layered double hydroxide, a conductive scaffold, and a first current collector; a second electrode comprising a hydroxide and a second current collector; a separator; and an electrolyte. In some embodi ments, the specific combination of device chemistry, active materials, and electrolytes described herein form storage devices that operate at high voltage and exhibit the capacity of a battery and the power performance of supercapacitors in one device.

Aptamer-functionalized Fe3O4@MOF nanocarrier for targeted drug delivery and fluorescence imaging of the triple-negative MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells

Hamed Alijani, Abolhassan Noori, Nassim Faridi, S Zahra Bathaie, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperJournal of Solid State Chemistry , Volume 292 , 2020 December 1, {Pages 121680 }

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The development of efficient drug delivery and imaging approaches is of great importance for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. This is especially important for the triple-negative breast cancers for which chemotherapy is often the mainstay of treatment. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have recently attracted tremendous attention as nanocarriers that can be loaded with a wide variety of therapeutic as well as bioimaging agents. Herein, the Fe3O4 core UiO-66-NH2 MOF shell nanostructures, Fe3O4@MOF, were loaded with the anticancer drug doxorubicin (DOX), and the loaded nanostructures were conjugated to highly fluorescent carbon dots (CDs) and then capped with the nucleolin-binding aptamer, AS1411. The Fe3O4@MOF-DOX-CDs-Apt nanocarriers

Redox and ion-adsorption electrodes and energy storage devices

MF El-Kady, RB Kaner, MF Mousavi
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Asymmetric supercapacitors: An alternative to activated carbon negative electrodes based on earth abundant elements

Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Maryam Hemmati, Abolhassan Noori, Maher F El-Kady, Mir F Mousavi, Richard B Kaner
Journal PaperMaterials Today Energy , Volume 12 , 2019 June 1, {Pages 26-36 }

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High power performance with the ability to be charged in a matter of seconds have made supercapacitors the technology of choice for cutting-edge applications. However, improving the energy content of supercapacitors is necessary to contribute to the technological advancement of energy storage devices. Herein, we report the synthesis of two transition metal spinel oxide-reduced graphene oxide (rGO) nanocomposites; namely CuCo2O4-rGO and CoFe2O4-rGO. The CuCo2O4-rGO nanocomposite as a positive electrode exhibits an extremely high specific capacitance of 2064.0?F?g−1 at 2?A?g−1, whereas the CoFe2O4-rGO nanocomposite as a negative electrode shows a specific capacitance of 261.0?F?g−1 at 2?A?g−1. The asymmetric CoFe2O4-rGO//CuCo2O4-rGO d

Redox and ion-adsorbtion electrodes and energy storage devices

Journal Paper , 2019 January 29, {Pages }

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Provided herein are energy storage devices comprising a first electrode comprising a layered double hydroxide, a conductive scaffold, and a first current collector; a second electrode comprising a hydroxide and a second current collector; a separator; and an electrolyte. In some embodiments, the specific combination of device chemistry, active materials, and electrolytes described herein form storage devices that operate at high voltage and exhibit the capacity of a battery and the power performance of supercapacitors in one device.

An Air-stable Electrochromic Conjugated Microporous Polymer as an Emerging Electrode Material for Hybrid Energy Storage Systems

Yuyu Dai, Weijun Li, Zhangxin Chen, Xiaogang Zhu, Junlei Liu, Ruiyang Zhao, Dominic S Wright, Abolhassan Noori, Mir F Mousavi, Cheng Zhang
Journal PaperJournal of Materials Chemistry A , 2019 January , {Pages }

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The oxidation states of polymers and their stabilities are of great importance for their application in energy storage systems. In this paper, we report an air-stable triphenylamine-triazine-based conjugated microporous polymer (pTTPATA) with the smart function of changing color by simply changing the applied voltage. Uniquely, the yellow colored neutral polymer switches to a red color upon oxidation (p-doping) and the red color remains stable even for ten hours after removal of the applied potential, which allows an in-depth analysis of the pTTPATA in the oxidized state. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) confirms that large amounts of radical cations from the triazine groups as well as a small proportion of those from oxidatized triph

Towards establishing standard performance metrics for batteries, supercapacitors and beyond

Abolhassan Noori, Maher F El-Kady, Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Richard B Kaner, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperChemical Society Reviews , Volume 48 , Issue 5, 2019 January , {Pages 1272-1341 }

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Over the past decade, electrochemical energy storage (EES) devices have greatly improved, as a wide variety of advanced electrode active materials and new device architectures have been developed. These new materials and devices should be evaluated against clear and rigorous metrics, primarily based on the evidence of real performances. A series of criteria are commonly used to characterize and report performance of EES systems in the literature. However, as advanced EES systems are becoming more and more sophisticated, the methodologies to reliably evaluate the performance of the electrode active materials and EES devices need to be refined to realize the true promise as well as the limitations of these fast-moving technologies, and target

Nile Blue Functionalized Graphene Aerogel as a Pseudocapacitive Negative Electrode Material Across the Full pH Range

Yasin Shabangoli, Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Abolhassan Noori, Maher F El-Kady, Richard B Kaner, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperACS nano , 2019 October 21, {Pages }

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The pursuit of new negative electrode materials for redox supercapacitors with a high capacitance, boosted energy, and high rate capability is still a tremendous challenge. Herein, we report a Nile Blue-conjugated graphene aerogel (NB-GA) as a negative electrode material with excellent pseudocapacitive performance (with specific capacitance of up to 483 F g-1 at 1 A g-1) in all acidic, neutral and alkaline aqueous electrolytes. The contribution from capacitive charge storage represents 93.4% of the total charge, surpassing the best pseudocapacitors known. To assess the feasibility of NB-GA as a negative electrode material across the full pH range, we fabricated three devices namely, a symmetric NB-GA//NB-GA device in an acidic (1.0 M H2SO4)

Rich-color visual genotyping of single-nucleotide polymorphisms based on platinum nanoparticle–induced etching of gold nanorods

Habibeh Bishkul, Seyyed Mehdi Khoshfetrat, Abolhassan Noori, Masoud A Mehrgardi, Mir F Mousavi
Journal PaperEmergent Materials , 2019 October 4, {Pages 11-Jan }

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Major technological challenges in point-of-care diagnostics are in the development of simple, fast, and inexpensive methods for high-throughput and multiplexed genotyping of single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). Herein, we develop a facile SNP detection platform based on platinum nanoparticles–induced etching of gold nanorods (AuNRs) by H2O2. The IVS-II-1 (G>A) β-thalassemia mutation, as one of the most prevalent mutations in the Middle East, was used as a model disease. In the presence of H2O2, ferrous ion (Fe2+) triggers a Fenton reaction with the catalytic decomposition of H2O2 into highly reactive hydroxyl (HO?) and hydroperoxyl (HOO?) radicals. These species etch AuNRs along the longitudinal axes to short AuNRs or eve

Redox and ion-adsorbtion electrodes and energy storage devices

Journal Paper , 2019 August 1, {Pages }

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Provided herein are energy storage devices comprising a first electrode comprising a layered double hydroxide, a conductive scaffold, and a first current collector; a second electrode comprising a hydroxide and a second current collector; a separator; and an electrolyte. In some embodiments, the specific combination of device chemistry, active materials, and electrolytes described herein form storage devices that operate at high voltage and exhibit the capacity of a battery and the power performance of supercapacitors in one device.

DIRECT TREATMENT OF POLYANILINANE TUBES ON CARBON FABRICS FOR FLEXIBLE AND HIGH-PERMANENT SUPERCONDENSORS

RB Kaner, MF EL-KADY, MF MOUSAVI, M HASHEMI, MS RAHMANIFAR
Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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Redox and ion-adsorbtion electrodes and energy storage devices

MF El-Kady, RB Kaner, MF Mousavi
Journal Paper , , {Pages }

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An integrated electrochemical device based on earth-abundant metals for both energy storage and conversion

Yasin Shabangoli, Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Maher F El-Kady, Abolhassan Noori, Mir F Mousavi, Richard B Kaner
Journal PaperEnergy Storage Materials , Volume 11 , 2018 March 1, {Pages 282-293 }

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With rising energy consumption in the world and the negative environmental and human health impacts of fossil fuels, the demand for renewable energy sources is increasing. The energy generated by renewable energy sources can be stored either in a chemical (water splitting) or an electrochemical (battery or supercapacitor) form, that are two distinct processes. Here, we introduce an integrated solar-powered system for both electrochemical energy storage and water electrolysis. A nickel-cobalt-iron layered double hydroxide (Ni-Co-Fe LDH) was successfully synthesized on nickel foam as a substrate using a fast, one-step electrodeposition approach. The Ni-Co-Fe LDH exhibited excellent electrochemical properties both as an active electrode materi

Thionine Functionalized 3D Graphene Aerogel: Combining Simplicity and Efficiency in Fabrication of a Metal‐Free Redox Supercapacitor

Yasin Shabangoli, Mohammad S Rahmanifar, Maher F El‐Kady, Abolhassan Noori, Mir F Mousavi, Richard B Kaner
Journal PaperAdvanced Energy Materials , Volume 8 , Issue 34, 2018 December , {Pages 1802869 }

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Discovering efficient pseudocapacitive charge storage materials has become one of the grand challenges to reduce the gap between high energy density batteries and high power density and durable electrical double‐layer capacitors. This research direction is facilitated by the introduction of redox‐active species that add Faradaic charge storage to the system. However, the astonishing abilities of organic redox species to increase energy density are insufficient to compensate for their poor electrical conductivity and inferior cyclability. Herein, it is proposed that these challenges can be simultaneously met by thoughtful selection of a redox species, thionine, that can be conjugated to a 3D graphene aerogel as a substrate via π–π i

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