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《Materials Review》 2017-13
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Additive Manufacturing of Graphene-based Energy Storage Materials:A State-of-the-art Review

HE Bo;PAN Yufei;LU Min;School of Materials Engineering,Shanghai University of Engineering Science;School of Materials Science and Engineering,Wuhan University of Technology;  
Graphene is a two-dimensional material that offers a combination of large specific surface area,excellent electrical conductivity and exceptional mechanical properties,thus can be broadly applied to fabricate high capacity and power energy storage devices.However,current fabrication schemes of graphene electrodes are unsatisfactory for industrial applications from the perspectives of technics,productivity and property.The additive manufacturing of graphene(three-dimensional printing of graphene)possesses outstanding advantages and potential on fabricating complicated three dimensional graphene micro-lattice.Furthermore,this method is characterized by its low cost and excellent structural properties through manipulating the structure from nanometer up to centimeter scale.In recent two years,the additive manufacturing of graphene and its applications have developed rapidly.This paper introduces the mechanism and advantages of the fabrication scheme of graphene based on a typical additive manufacturing technique—direct ink writing(DIW),describes DIW′s application attempts to manufacture graphene-based materials for energy storage systems(lithium-ion batteries,supercapacitors).It also discusses the challenges and future trend of the additive manufacturing of graphenebased electrodes.
【CateGory Index】: TB34;TQ127.11
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