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Mini Review Open Access
Two-dimensional (2D) materials possess exotic properties and have been received huge research interests. The group III-VI semiconducting nanosheets (NS) in particular, have been viewed as promising candidates for ultrathin and flexible optoelectronic devices and also for energy storage device. Liquid-phase exfoliation (LPE) could scalably synthesize 2D NS with good quality but in a much lower cost. This mini-review has briefly summarized the recent synthesis and application of 2D NS, with focuses on the LPE approach and fabrication of 2D NS/carbon conductive composite. The future electrochemical studies of 2D NS/carbon composite for Li-ion batteries anode has also been proposed.
Two-dimensional, Nanosheet, Liquid-phase exfoliation, Lithium-ion battery, Composite, Bioenergetics