Enhance The Electrocatalytic Activity Of Nanocomposites In Supercondensators Using Go_Mno2

Document Type : Primary Research paper


1 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, GOVT MGM P.G College, Itarsi, Affiliated to Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Hoshangabad, 461111.

2 Assistant Professor,Department of Mechanical Engineering, Haramaya Institute of Technology, Haramaya University ,Dire Dawa,P o No. 138,Ethiopia

3 Assistant, Professor, Department of Biotechnology,Nehru Arts and Science College, Thirumalayampalayam, Tamil Nadu 641105.

4 Department of Chemistry, S.P.M.Science and Gilani art's, Commerce College Ghatanji, Yavatmal-445301.

5 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Mahatma Fule Art's, Commerce and Sitaramji Chaudhari Science College, Warud, Dist-Amravati, Maharashtra.

6 Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ramachandra College of Engineering, Eluru-534007, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, India.


Studies show a graphene oxide nano-composite supported by needle-like Magnesium Oxide (MnO2) nano-crystals (GO MnO2 nano-composites) may be produced via a straightforward squishy heterogeneous catalyst in a water isopropyl alcoholic system. Morphological structure but instead chemisorption of sodium borohydride over onto Graphene Oxide (GO) linens, usually accompanied by polymerization of the quartz life forms with a double solutes system via dissolution crystallization and aligned emotional connection techniques, is proposed as the modified electrode of these incredibly interesting nanostructures examined by TEM, and Raman spectrophotometer. The molecular combination across GO and was discovered to be able to improve the electrocatalytic activity because of nanostructure materials. The whole technique enables the distribution of MnO2 nanoparticles over a single layer of Graphene simply and easily, and that might be easily expanded to the production of various types of composites built on GO sheets for advanced materials.