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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Elsevier
Source : Materials Today Chemistry, 28, 101373.
Campus : Amritapuri
School : School for Sustainable Futures
Center : Amrita Center for Policy Research
Year : 2023
Abstract : Recently, biomaterials have attracted much attention, as they are abundant, naturally available, and reused. In particular, combination of biomaterials together with other components in the energy storage system has resulted in significant research advances as well as noticeable results. Gum-based electrolytes have been researched heavily in the recent years because of easy modulation of their physicochemical properties, bio-friendly characteristics, and abundance. In this review, we investigate and summarize some of the state-of-the-art research works on gum-based electrolytes, their applications, and future perspective on the gum electrolyte research. Different types of gums were used as electrolytes, and they were used in supercapacitors, zinc-ion batteries, and other types of energy-related applications. Through this focused mini-review article, it is expected that more researchers can delve into the core issues of energy storage system as well as coming up with novel ideas that implement gum electrolytes in a more sustainable, practical, and advanced way.
Cite this Research Publication : Padil, V. V. T., Ramesh, M. V., & Cheong, J. Y. (2023). "Comprehensive review on gum-based electrolytes for energy applications: status and future projection". Materials Today Chemistry, 28, 101373.