Electrodeposition of NiS on CoNi2S4 for Flexible Solid-State Asymmetric Supercapacitors

Ye-Zeng HE Hou-Qiang ZHAO Peng LIU Yan-Wei SUI Fu-Xiang WEI Ji-Qiu QI Qing-Kun MENG Yao-Jian REN Dong-Dong ZHUANG

Citation:  HE Ye-Zeng, ZHAO Hou-Qiang, LIU Peng, SUI Yan-Wei, WEI Fu-Xiang, QI Ji-Qiu, MENG Qing-Kun, REN Yao-Jian, ZHUANG Dong-Dong. Electrodeposition of NiS on CoNi2S4 for Flexible Solid-State Asymmetric Supercapacitors[J]. Chinese Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2021, 37(1): 171-179. doi: 10.11862/CJIC.2021.011 shu

CoNi2S4上电沉积NiS用于柔性固态非对称超级电容器

    通讯作者: 何业增, hyz0217@hotmail.com
    庄栋栋, zhuangdongdong@ujs.edu.cn
  • 基金项目:

    国家重点研发项目 2018YFB2001204

    国家重点研发项目(No.2018YFB2001204)资助

摘要: 采用一种在CoNi2S4上电沉积NiS的有效方法来改善钴/镍硫化物的性能。CoNi2S4@NiS电极材料在1 A·g-1时比电容达到1 433 F·g-1,并具有很好的倍率性能。CoNi2S4@NiS和还原氧化石墨烯组装成的柔性固态非对称超级电容器的能量密度在功率密度为800 W·kg-1时达到36.6 Wh·kg-1,并且在10 000次充放电后表现出良好的循环性能,循环保持率达87.8%。

English

  • With the development of science and technology, the increasing demands of high efficiency energy storage units in modern electronics are becoming more salient[1-4]. In the last few years, the supercapacitor has become one of the promising effective and practical energy storage devices for its high power density, good cycle stability and fast charging rate[5-7]. The performance and application of supercapacitors are mainly determined by the electrode materials. Therefore, improving the performance of the electrode materials has become a hotspot in the field of energy storage[8-9].

    Transition metal sulfide, a new type of electrode material, has been extensively researched due to its superior electrochemical performance[10-12]. Among all sufides, CoNi2S4 has received increasing attention because of the synergistic effect of nickel sulfide and cobaltous sulfide[13-16]. Compared with the oxidation products (CoNi2O4), the extension of chemical bonds in CoNi2S4 is beneficial to form a more flexible structure and makes it easier for ion transport[17-20]. However, the rapid decay of specific capacitance during the chargedischarge cycles restricts the further application in energy storage[21-24]. To overcome this shortcoming, developing composite materials has been proven to be the most efficient way and has been widely used in the preparation of the electrode materials[25-26]. It has been reported that the hierarchical CoNi2S4@CC nanowire is successfully designed and synthesized by the hydrothermal process, which shows excellent specific capacitance (1 872 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1), fantastic rate capability and superior cycling stability when utilized as the elec- trode material of supercapacitors[27]. Furthermore, Co0.85Se@CoNi2S4/GF (graphene foam) nanotubes, applied to the electrode material of supercapacitors, are successfully prepared by a concise one-step electrochemical method, which have excellent interface effect and hollow structure and show outstanding specific capacitance of 5.25 F·cm-2 at 1 mA·cm-2, remarkable charge storage capacity and superior rate perfor- mance[28].

    In this work, CoNi2S4@NiS nanocomposites were successfully synthesized by combining the hydrothermal and electrodeposition methods. The synthesized CoNi2S4@NiS electrode showed an excellent performance of 1 433 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1, which is superior to the CoNi2S4 and NiS electrodes. Moreover, a flexible solid-state asymmetric supercapacitor CoNi2S4@NiS// rGO was assembled by CoNi2S4@NiS and reduced graphene oxide (rGO), which exhibits an outstanding electrochemical performance and has promising potential for application in supercapacitors.

    The carbon fiber cloth (CC, 1.0 cm×2.0 cm) was ultrasonically cleaned with 0.5 mol·L-1 KMnO4 for 30 min individually and then was washed with ethanol and deionized water for several times and desiccated in a vacuum oven at 70 ℃ for 12 h. The CoNi2S4 was prepared by a hydrothermal reaction. 0.291 g Co(NO3)2· 6H2O, 0.237 g NiCl2·6H2O, 0.060 g CO(NH2)2 and 0.300 g thioacetamide (TAA) were used as sources, respectively. Under the continuous magnetic stirring for 30 min, the above reagents were immersed in 30 mL deionized water to get a uniform solution. Subsequently, the uniform solution was transferred into 50 mL Teflon - lined autoclave and the treated CC was immersed into the solution, then the autoclave was heated at 180 ℃ for 24 h. The final product was ultrasonically rinsed with deionized water and ethanol, respectively. After dried at 70 ℃ for 12 h, the product was denoted as CoNi2S4@CC.

    The NiS was synthesized by facile and effective three-electrode system electrodeposition. 2.376 g NiCl2·6H2O and 7.612 g CH4N2S were mixed in 100 mL deionized water and stirred for 30 min to obtain a homogenous solution. Then, the electrodeposition process was conducted for 5 min at an invariable voltage of 0.9 V, while the CoNi2S4@CC was served as the work electrode. After that, the samples were washed with ethanol and deionized water separately, and the products were dried in a vacuum environment at 70 ℃. For comparison, the pure NiS without CoNi2S4 was also synthesized on the CC under the same procedure.

    The crystalline and structural of the synthesized samples were examined by X - ray diffraction (XRD) using Bruker D8 Advance diffractometer with Cu radiation (0.154 nm) at 40 kV and 30 mA, and at a scan rate of 6 (°)·min-1 in the 2θ range from 10° to 80°. The microstructure of the samples was investigated using scanning microscopy (SEM) at 5 kV, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) with an accelerating voltage of 200 kV, high - resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) and selected area electron diffraction (SAED). X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS, 1 486.7 eV) was used to observe the elemental analysis and chemical valence state of the lased irradiated samples.

    The electrochemical performance of the sample was measured on an electrochemical workstation (CHI660E). Cyclic voltammetry (CV), galvanostatic charge/discharge (GCD) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) were conducted as the main paths to exhibit the electrochemical behaviors. The electrochemical test was proceeded in a three-electro configuration in 2 mol·L-1 KOH electrolyte and the positive and the negative electrode were the as-sample and the Pt, the Hg/HgO serve as the reference electrode, respectively. The specific capacitance can be calculated from the GCD curves by the following equation (1):

    $ {C_{\rm{A}}} = \frac{{I\Delta t}}{{m\Delta V}} $

    (1)

    Where I (A) represents discharge current, m (g) repre- sents the accurate weight of the active material, Δt (s) represents the discharge time, and ΔV represents the potential window, respectively.

    The all-solid-state asymmetric hybrid supercapac- itor (ASC) device was assembled by using the CoNi2S4 @CC as the positive electrode and rGO as the negative electrode, while the PVA-KOH gel (PVA=polyvinyl alcohol) performed as the electrolyte. The positive and negative electrode were dissolved in the PVA-KOH gel solution, then two electrodes were combined at room temperature and dry until the electrolyte is completely cured, and the solid-state supercapacitor was prepared. So as to obtain an ASC with excellent electrochemical properties, it is required to balance the relationship (q+=q-) of the two electrodes charge. As the stored charge of the electrode, the q can be calculated by the equation (2):

    $ q = Cm\Delta V $

    (2)

    where C (F·g-1) represents the specific capacitance, m (g) is the mass of the active material and ΔV (V) is the potential window. Meanwhile, the ideal mass ratio can be calculated by the equation (3):

    $ \frac{{{m_ + }}}{{{m_ - }}} = \frac{{{C_ - }\Delta {V_ - }}}{{{C_ + }\Delta {V_ + }}} $

    (3)

    Where, C+ (F·g-1) and C- (F·g-1) represent the specific capacitance of CoNi2S4@NiS and rGO electrode. ΔV+ (V) and ΔV- (V) represent the voltage range of CoNi2S4 @NiS and rGO electrode, respectively. The power density (P, W·kg-1) and the energy density (E, Wh·kg-1) of CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO ASC device can be calculated by the equations (4, 5):

    $ E = \frac{1}{2}C{\left( {\Delta V} \right)^2} $

    (4)

    $ P = \frac{E}{{\Delta t}} $

    (5)

    Where Δt (s) is the discharge time, ΔV (V) is the voltage range and C (F·g-1) is the specific capacitance of CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO ASC device.

    The XRD patterns of NiS, CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS composite are illustrated in Fig. 1. The XRD pattern of the NiS had the same diffraction peaks with the CoNi2S4@NiS at 2θ =30.31°, 34.77°, 46.08° and 53.58°, which can be attributed to the (100), (101), (102) and (110) planes of the NiS (PDF No.75-0613). The patterns of the CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS show the same peaks at 2θ =16.28°, 26.82°, 31.52°, 38.30°, 47.33°, 50.29° and 55.22°, which are indexed to the (111), (220), (311), (400), (422), (511) and (440) planes of the CoNi2S4 (PDF No.24-0334), respectively. In addition, the XRD patterns of the three samples exhibited the extra diffraction peak at 2θ =26°, which can be contributed to the carbon fiber cloth substrate (PDF No.26-1080). Moreover, there were no other impurity peaks on the patterns, indicating that the successful synthesis of CoNi2S4@NiS on the carbon fiber cloth.

    图 1

    Figure 1.  XRD patterns of the NiS, CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS

    The surface element analysis and chemical valence state of the CoNi2S4@NiS sample were further confirmed by XPS as plotted in Fig. 2. Fig. 2a exhibited the survey spectrum and revealed the presence of Ni, Co, S and C elements in the multiple materials. The Co2p XPS spectrum of the CoNi2S4@NiS is shown in Fig. 2b. The peaks situated at 779.78 and 795.15 eV are attributed to the Co2p3/2 and Co2p1/2 levels of Co2+. The peaks situated at 778.55 and 793.33 eV reveal the Co2p3/2 and Co2p1/2 levels of Co3+. It proves that the coexistence of Co2+ and Co3+ in the CoNi2S4@NiS composite[29]. The Ni2p spectrum is shown in Fig. 2c, the diffraction peaks situated at 853.45 and 872.38 eV are attributed to Ni2+ and the peak at 856.16 and 876.21 eV are related to Ni3+ [30]. The S2p spectrum is displayed in Fig. 2d, the diffraction peaks located at 162.98 and 161.68 eV can be assigned to S2p1/2 and S2p3/2[18]. Moreover, the peak at 169.13 eV indicates that the existence of S-O[31].

    图 2

    Figure 2.  (a) XPS survey spectrum of CoNi2S4@NiS; (b~d) XPS spectra of Co2p, Ni2p and S2p

    The morphology of NiS, CoNi2S4/CC and CoNi2S4 @NiS electrode materials can be observed in SEM images (Fig. 3). As exhibited in Fig. 3a and 3b, the Co- Ni2S4@CC presented a hexagonal flaky cubic structure and were tightly attached to the CC. Fig. 3c and 3d exhibit the morphology of the NiS, which presented a granular structure with a size of about 50~200 nm. These cross-linked nanoparticles would provide a higher electrode/electrolyte active sites for reaction and a shorter ion diffusion way[32-33]. The microstructure of the CoNi2S4@NiS is shown in Fig. 3e and 3f, the NiS nanoparticles were anchored onto the surface of Co- Ni2S4@NiS and form a dense film. The unique structure provides a large specific surface area, which enhance the active sites and would effectively enhance the specific capacitance of composite materials.

    图 3

    Figure 3.  SEM images of (a, b) CoNi2S4@CC, (c, d) NiS and (e, f) CoNi2S4@NiS

    To better understand the chemical composite and detailed structures of the synthesized CoNi2S4@NiS, HRTEM and element mapping analyses were conducted. The HRTEM images of the CoNi2S4@NiS are shown in Fig. 4a and 4b. The interplanar spacing can be measured to be 0.20 and 0.28 nm, which can be ascribe to the (102) lattice plane of NiS and (311) lattice plane of CoNi2S4, respectively. The consequences are match with the XRD and XPS tests. Fig. 4c and 4f displays the elemental mappings of the Co, Ni, Co/Ni and S in the CoNi2S4@NiS samples. The distribution area of the Ni element was slightly larger than the Co element. The Ni and Co element coexisted in the central region of the sample, while in the outside of the sample there is only Ni element left. In consideration of that CoNi2S4 contained Ni and Co element while NiS had no Co element, it can be deduced that the outer layer of the composite is NiS which wraps the inner CoNi2S4.

    图 4

    Figure 4.  (a, b) TEM images of CoNi2S4@NiS; (c~f) Element mappings of the Co, Ni, Co/Ni and S

    The electrochemical performance of CoNi2S4@CC, NiS, and CoNi2S4@NiS electrodes were tested on a three - electrode configuration with 2 mol·L-1 KOH electrolyte. Fig. 5a shows the CV curves for CoNi2S4@CC, NiS, and CoNi2S4@NiS electrodes measured at a scan rate of 10 mV·s-1. The CoNi2S4@NiS exhibited superior specific capacitance and the redox peaks can be regard as the symbol of Faradaic feature. The improvement of the specific capacitance of the CoNi2S4@NiS is mainly contributed to the fact that the elements in the two substances have multiple valence states, which can carry out the redox reaction more effectively[34]. The CV curves of CoNi2S4@NiS electrode at different scan rates from 10 to 50 mV·s-1 are shown in Fig. 5b. The trend of the CV curves was basically maintained with the scan rate increasing, indicating the CoNi2S4@NiS electrode possess ideal pseudocapacitance characteristic and superior rate performance. The large deviation of the shape in large scan rate can be explained by the mismatch between charge transfer and diffusion. It can be observed that the cathode peak moved to a lower potential, and meanwhile, the anode peak moved to a higher potential when the scan rate continued to increase, which can be explained by the polarization in different scan rates[35]. As displayed in Fig. 5c, the GCD curves of CoNi2S4@CC, NiS, and CoNi2S4@NiS electrode were measured at a current density of 1 A·g-1 to confirm the advantage of the CoNi2S4@NiS. The discharge time of CoNi2S4@NiS was larger than NiS and CoNi2S4@CC, suggesting the composite structure is conducive to enhance the specific capacitance. Comparing to the NiS (1 245 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1) and CoNi2S4/CC (1 165 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1), CoNi2S4@NiS (1 433 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1) exhibited higher specific capacitances. Fig. 5d illustrates the GCD curves of CoNi2S4@NiS at different current densities to further investigate charge and discharge mechanism. It can be found that the curves show an apparent voltage platform, which is characteristic of typical pseudocapacitor behavior. The result can supplement the above conclusion. Moreover, the nonlinear curves of the GCD maintained the similarity and symmetry indicating the good stability. The specific capacitances of NiS, CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS calculat- ed are illustrated in Fig. 5e. The specific capacitances of CoNi2S4@NiS were 1 433, 1 284, 1 248, 1 170, 1 073 and 998 F·g-1 at 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 and 10 A·g-1, which possess better rate stability compared with the NiS and CoNi2S4@CC. The electrode cannot fully participate in the reaction when the current density increases, and the utilization rate of the electrochemically active material is insufficient, so the specific capacitance will decrease at a higher current density. As is shown in Fig. 5f, the EIS curve of CoNi2S4@CC, NiS, and CoNi2S4 @NiS were fitted using the equivalent circuit model, where CPE is the constant phase angle original and ZW is the Warburg resistance. The equivalent series resistance (Rs) value of NiS, CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS were 1.12, 1.56 and 1.01 Ω, indicating that the CoNi2S4 @CC electrode had the lowest internal impedance. Moreover, the value of charge transfer resistance (Rct) can be fitted to be 0.25, 1.62 and 0.56 Ω for the NiS, CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS, suggesting that the CoNi2S4@CC electrode had much large Rct than that of the NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS electrode. Besides, the slope of the samples was greater than 45° in the low frequency region, indicating the ions and electrolyte are effectively diffused in the entire system, resulting in a re- duction in the diffusion resistance of the NiS, Co- Ni2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS electrodes[36].

    图 5

    Figure 5.  Electrochemical performance of CoNi2S4, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS: (a) CV curves of the CoNi2S4, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS samples at a scan rate of 10 mV·s-1; (b) CV curves of the CoNi2S4@NiS sample at various scan rates; (c) GCD curves of the CoNi 2S4CC, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS samples at a current density of 1 A·g-1; (d) GCD curves of the CoNi2S4@NiS at various current densities; (e) Comparison of specific capacitance; (f) EIS Nyquist plots of the CoNi2S4, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS samples

    A flexible solid - state asymmetric supercapacitor (ASC) device (CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO) was assembled to confirm the energy storage properties for practical application. Fig. 6a is the CV curves of the CoNi2S4@NiS and rGO electrode under the three-electrode configuration at the scan rate of 10 mV·s-1. Obviously, the potential windows of the positive and negative electrode were connected, indicating that the loss of potential is nonexistent. The CV curves of CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO at different scan rates (10~100 mV·s-1) are displayed in Fig. 6b. Significantly, the curves maintained the similar trend with the scan rate increase, and the polarization phenomenon was minimal even at the scan rate of 100 mV·s-1, suggesting the device has excellent electrochemical reversibility. Fig. 6c exhibits the GCD curves of CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO at different current densities, which possessed good symmetry and had no obvious electrochemical reaction platform. Fig. 6d exhibits an excellent specific capacitance of the CoNi2S4@NiS// rGO ASC (103.43 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1 and maintained 61.25 F·g-1 at 10 A·g-1), revealing excellent rate capa- bility. The EIS of the CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO ASC device is shown in Fig. 6e. In the high-frequency region, the Rs and Rct can be calculated to be 1.019 and 4.89 Ω. Furthermore, cycling performance is also a significant indicator to evaluate the practical application of supercapacitor electrode materials. Fig. 6f exhibits a superior cycle performance, which maintained 78.7% after 10 000 cycles at 10 A·g-1. The superiority of specific capacitance and capacitance retention may be contrib- uted to the special nanostructure. The unique structure can provide large space for reaction between electrode and electrolyte by large interface which may supply more active sites.

    图 6

    Figure 6.  Electrochemical measurements of the resultant CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO: (a) CV curves of the resultant CoNi2S4@NiS and rGO at 10 mV·s-1; (b) CV curves of the device at different current densities; (c) GCD curves of the ASC device; (d) Specific capacitance at various current densities; (e) EIS Nyquist plots of the device; (f) Cycling performance of the device at 10 A·g-1 for 10 000 cycles

    The energy and power density calculated to evalu- ated the properties of the CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO ASC device. Fig. 7 exhibits the Ragone plot of the CoNi2S4 @NiS//rGO ASC. The CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO ASC device exhibited a high energy density of 36.6 Wh·kg-1 at 800 W·kg-1 and the energy density maintained 21.7 Wh· kg-1 even at 8 000 W·kg-1. The CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO ASC device have an advantage over some other report- ed devices, such as CoNi2S4//YS-CS (yolk-shell carbon spheres) (35 Wh·kg-1 at 640 W·kg-1), Ni3S2/MWCNT (multiwalled carbon nanotube)-NC//AC (19.8 Wh·kg-1 at 798 W·kg-1), NiCo2S4//rGO (16.6 Wh·kg-1 at 2 348 W·kg-1) and NiS/rGO//AC (18.7 Wh·kg-1 at 1 240 W·kg-1)[37-40].

    图 7

    Figure 7.  Ragone plot of the ASC device

    In conclusion, the CoNi2S4@NiS was successfully synthesized by combining the hydrothermal and electrodeposition methods. The as-obtained samples exhibited an excellent specific capacitance (1 433 F·g-1 at 1 A·g-1) and superior rate performance (998 F·g-1 at 10 A·g-1). The flexible solid-state asymmetric supercapacitor assembled with CoNi2S4 as the positive electrode and the reduced rGO as the negative electrode showed superior energy density of 36.6 Wh·kg-1 at a power density of 800 W·kg-1, remarkable rate performance, and excellent cycle performance (78.7% at a high current density of 10 A·g-1 after 10 000 cycles). The results indicate that the CoNi2S4@NiS would be a promising electrode material for the flexible solid-state asymmetric supercapacitors.


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  • Figure 1  XRD patterns of the NiS, CoNi2S4@CC and CoNi2S4@NiS

    Figure 2  (a) XPS survey spectrum of CoNi2S4@NiS; (b~d) XPS spectra of Co2p, Ni2p and S2p

    Figure 3  SEM images of (a, b) CoNi2S4@CC, (c, d) NiS and (e, f) CoNi2S4@NiS

    Figure 4  (a, b) TEM images of CoNi2S4@NiS; (c~f) Element mappings of the Co, Ni, Co/Ni and S

    Figure 5  Electrochemical performance of CoNi2S4, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS: (a) CV curves of the CoNi2S4, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS samples at a scan rate of 10 mV·s-1; (b) CV curves of the CoNi2S4@NiS sample at various scan rates; (c) GCD curves of the CoNi 2S4CC, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS samples at a current density of 1 A·g-1; (d) GCD curves of the CoNi2S4@NiS at various current densities; (e) Comparison of specific capacitance; (f) EIS Nyquist plots of the CoNi2S4, NiS and CoNi2S4@NiS samples

    Figure 6  Electrochemical measurements of the resultant CoNi2S4@NiS//rGO: (a) CV curves of the resultant CoNi2S4@NiS and rGO at 10 mV·s-1; (b) CV curves of the device at different current densities; (c) GCD curves of the ASC device; (d) Specific capacitance at various current densities; (e) EIS Nyquist plots of the device; (f) Cycling performance of the device at 10 A·g-1 for 10 000 cycles

    Figure 7  Ragone plot of the ASC device

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