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Hybrid organic–inorganic materials: from child’s play to energy applications

AuthorsGómez-Romero, P. ; Ayyad, Omar ; Suárez-Guevara, Jullieth ; Muñoz Rojas, David
KeywordsHybrid materials
Conducting polymers
Energy storage and conversion
Issue DateNov-2010
CitationJournal of Solid State Electrochemistry 14(11): 1939-1945 (2010)
AbstractThe field of hybrids has boomed since its initial conception with silicones as structural materials to the wealth of different types of hybrid materials studied nowadays as functional materials. Hybrids based on conducting polymers and a great variety of inorganic species constitute a growing area of this field. We present a brief review of the intersection between conducting polymer hybrids and electrochemical applications to energy storage and conversion. But beyond examples of hybrids active in batteries, supercapacitors, solar or fuel cells, we have tried to convey the standing challenges concerning the design of chemically (and electrochemically) complex hybrid systems with components and building blocks ranging from extended oxides or nanoparticles to carbon or oxide nanotubes, to clusters and to molecules and the opportunities arising from their integration with conducting polymers.
Description7 páginas, 3 figuras.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10008-010-1076-y
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