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Review Article

Hybrid Triboelectric Nanogenerators: From Energy Complementation to Integration

Figure 2

Theoretical comparison of EMG and TENG: (a) the electromagnetic induction; (b) output characteristics with the different external resistive loads of the rotating DC-EMG; (c) the triboelectrification; (d) output characteristics with the different external resistive loads of the rotating DC-TENG [39] (reproduced with permission. Copyright John Wiley and Sons, 2014); (e) output performance comparison between CS-mode EMG and TENG at low frequency [50] (reproduced with permission. Copyright American Chemical Society, 2016); (f) schematic and photograph of the integration of EMG and TENG [51] (reproduced with permission. Copyright Elsevier, 2019); (g) maximum current with different excitation amplitudes at 8 Hz which is driven by the EMG and TENG; (h) maximum average power comparison of EMG and TENG with different amplitudes at 1 Hz; (i) applicable frequency and amplitude of TENG and EMG.