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Review Article

Structure Engineering in Biomass-Derived Carbon Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage

Table 3

Comparison of composite structures of B-d-CMs and their electrochemical performance in various EES devices.

SampleBiomass materialsStructureEnergy applicationsCapacity (low current density)Capacity (high current density)Ref.

MnO2/CNatural flax fiberFibrousSupercapacitors683.73 F g-1 (2 a g-1)269.04 F g-1 (300 a g-1)[154]
Fe3O4/CWatermelon3D porousSupercapacitors333.1 F g-1 (1 A g-1)[155]
Co3O4/CDextranNanopetal likeSupercapacitors400 F g-1 (0.5 A g-1)175 F g-1 (2 a g-1)[156]
MnO2/CHemp stem3D hierarchical porousSupercapacitors340 F g-1 (1 a g-1)300 F g-1 (30 a g-1)[157]
MnO2/CBanana peelHierarchical porousSupercapacitors139.6 F g-1 (300 mA g-1)70 F g-1 (10 a g-1)[158]
Co3O4/C/Co3O4Raw cottonSandwich likeSupercapacitors892 F g-1 (0.5 a g-1)102 F g-1 (2.0 a g-1)[159]
MoS2/CPaper towel3D hierarchical porousSIBs446 mAh g-1 (20 mA g-1)102 mAh g-1 (10 a g-1)[161]
Ni-doped CoS2/N,P-doped CYeast cellsSphericalSIBs407 mAh g-1 (100 mA g-1)243 mAh g-1 (1000 mA g-1)[164]
FeS/CFe-carrageenan fibersFibrousLi-S batteries283 mAh g-1 (1 A g-1)247 mAh g-1 (5 a g-1)[162]
Fe3C/CCorncobsNanosheetLi-S batteries1530 mAh g-1 (0.1 C)699 mAh g-1 (0.5 C)[167]