Metal organic frameworks have been employed as high-performance layered double hydroxide (LDH) composite supercapacitor electrode materials but have shown unsatisfactory redox ability and stability. Herein, a host-guest CuMo-based polyoxometalate-based metal organic framework (POMOF) with copious electrochemically active sites and strong electrochemical redox activities has been effectively coupled with POM-incorporated CoNi-LDH to develop a nanocomposite (NENU-5@CoNi-LDH) by a simple solvothermal method. The designed electrode shows a high specific capacity of 333.61 mAh·g–1 at 1 A·g–1. In addition, the novel hybrid symmetric supercapacitor NENU-5@CoNi-LDH/active carbon (AC) demonstrated a high energy density of 80.8 Wh·kg–1 at a power density of 750.7 W·kg–1. Interestingly, the nanocomposite of NENU-5@CoNi-LDH exhibits an outstanding capacitance retention of 79% after 5000 charge-discharge cycles at 10 A·g–1. This work provides a new strategy and will be the backbone for future energy storage research.
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This work was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (22001156), the Youth Talent Fund of University Association for Science and Technology in Shaanxi, China (20210602), and the Science Foundation of Science and Technology Department of Shaanxi Province (2021JQ‐533).
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- High stability
- Layered double hydroxide
- Multi-electron redox
- Polyoxometalate-based metal organic framework
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