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Biopolymer Nanofibers for Nanogenerator Development

Figure 8

Development of silk nanofiber-derived NGs. (a) Schematic showing the construction of an NFS-derived TENG. Schematics of (b) a bilayer ionic aerogel comprising oppositely charged NFS and (c) a bilayer ionic aerogel-derived NG. (d) Schematic of an NFS membrane-derived osmotic energy harvesting device. (e) Schematic of a GO/NFS/GO membrane-derived osmotic power generator. (f) Schematic of an ES-SNF-derived TENG. The (g) voltage output and (h) power output on the external load resistance of the ES-SNF-derived TENG. (i) Schematic of an ES-SNF and electrospun PVA/MXene nanofiber-derived TENG. Schematics of (j) the construction and (k) the positive interaction effect of an ES-SNF and electrospun polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) nanofiber-derived hybrid triboelectric/piezoelectric NG. (a) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [96], copyright 2020 Nano Energy. (b) and (c) are reproduced with permission from Ref. [194], copyright 2020 ACS Nano. (d) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [56], copyright 2019 Nano Communications. (e) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [195], copyright 2020 ACS Nano. (f)–(h) are reproduced with permission from Ref. [51], copyright 2016 Advanced Energy Materials. (i) is reproduced with permission from Ref. [196], copyright 2019 Nano Energy. (j) and (k) are reproduced with permission from Ref. [197], copyright 2018 Nano Energy.