Sulfonic-Group-Grafted Ti3C2Tx MXene: A Silver Bullet to Settle the Instability of Polyaniline toward High-Performance Zn-Ion Batteries

Polyaniline (PANI) is a promising cathode materials for Zn-ion batteries (ZIBs) as a consequence of its intrinsic conductivity and redox exercise; nonetheless, the achievements of PANI in high-performance ZIBs are largely hindered by its instability throughout the repeated cost/discharge. Benefiting from the excessive conductivity, flexibility, and grafting means collectively, a surface-engineered TithreeC2Tx MXene is designed … Read more