MXene Nanofiller Doped Ion Conducting Polyethylene Oxide for
Nanofiller-doped polymer electrolyte-based electrochemical devices are
now emerged as a novel material for electrochemical devices. This paper
reports a solid polymer electrolyte film doped with a new nanofiller
synthesized by the solution casting technique. Electrical, Optical, and
photoelectrochemical characterization are presented in detail.
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) shows with the dispersion
of nanofillers conductivity increases attains maxima and decreases. The
maximum conductivity was at 0.05 wt% nanofiller concentration of 3.25 x
10 -5 S/cm. The calculated ionic transference value
was 0.92 which shows the domency of the system as ionic. The linear
sweep voltammetry confirms a high electrochemical stability window (ESW)
of 4.01V. Sandwitched electrical double-layer capacitors (EDLC) has been
developed using carbon-based electrodes and sandwitched nanofiller
dispersed polymer electrolyte, showing a high specific capacitance value
of ~ 200 F/g.