A review on recent advances in hierarchically porous metal and metal oxide nanostructures as electrode materials for supercapacitors and non-enzymatic glucose sensors

Israr U. Hassan, Hiba Salim, Gowhar A. Naikoo, Tasbiha Awan, Riyaz A. Dar, Fareeha Arshad, Mohammed A. Tabidi, Ratnesh Das, Waqar Ahmed, Abdullah M. Asiri, Ahsanul H. Qurashi

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Abstract

The remarkable significance of electrode materials in industrial processes, energy, sustainability and diabetes monitoring has captivated scientists to develop advance nanomaterials for the benefit of life across the globe. Here in, the recent developments in nanostructured porous metal and metal oxide composite materials for supercapacitor applications and non-enzymatic glucose sensors (NEGS) has been extensively discussed. The essential and active electrode materials from the research and application perspective has been emphasized in detail. We have also evaluated the worthiness, taxonomical classification, efficiency, specific capacitance and sensitivity of these materials for the aforementioned potential applications. Eventually, we concluded the review by providing the aspect ratio, surface morphology, particle size and specific surface area of these materials that plays an indispensable role for their promising potential applications.

Original languageBritish English
Article number101228
JournalJournal of Saudi Chemical Society
Volume25
Issue number5
DOIs
StatePublished - May 2021

Keywords

  • Metal and metal oxides
  • Nanoporous materials
  • Non-enzymatic glucose sensors
  • Supercapacitors

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