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Recently, a research team led by Prof. Zhao Bangchuan from the Institute of Solid Materials of the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) synthesized 3D porous honeycomb-like CoN-Ni3N/N-C nanosheets and vanadium nitride (VN) nanobelt arrays via in-situ growth method, respectively, and constructed a high-energy-density flexible supercapacitor device. The result has been published in Advanced Functional Materials.

Transition metal nitrides (TMNs) are potential electrode materials for high-performance storage devices, but the structural instability severely hinders their application. Therefore it is urgent to construct advanced cathode materials for flexible, wearable, long-life and high-energy-density energy storage devices.

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