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Electrospun materials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage: A review.

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      Long-length nanofibers are able to form porous networks with high surface-areato- volume ratios, and decrease diffusion lengths. While there are numerous techniques to create nanostructures, electrospinning is the only technique that allows fabrication of nanofibers at long-length scales. These uniquely shaped fibers are applied to several energy-related devices. This review is an in-depth summary of the uses of electrospun fibers in dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs), batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, and hydrogen storage devices. Developments in electrospinning technologies to create novel fiber morphologies are also discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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