Formation And Characterization of ZIF- 8 Composite as Electrode Material

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Durai A/L Krishnan Morthy
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ABSTRACT In this research, Zeolitic imidazalote framework, ZIF-8 was investigated on formation and charazterization of ZIF-8 composite as electrode material. ZIF-8 solution is set up by mixing ZIF-8 powder into methanol that is then spin-coated on the oven dried thin film and vacuum. By using the X-ray Diffraction (XRD), the highest highest peak composite have the lowest GO substance showing that GO sheets can form strong interactions in in-situ synthetic GO-ZIF composites. The both powder and glass slides coated were checked from 10º to 40º at a pace of 0.02o/s. In addition, particle image velocimetry (PIV) voltage scans has been use at rates of 40, 50 and 60mV in order to get the voltage reading as the amount of graphene oxide increases. The surface morphology and molecule size of ZIF-8 thin films were determined by FESEM. The particles shape been obtained from 30,000x, 50,000x and 100,000x magnification and electron dispersion of 5.0kv. Furthermore, Ultraviolet visible spectroscopy relates to spectroscopy of absorption in the spectral region of ultraviolet visibility. The solution were spectrophotometer under absorption mode in the wavelength range of 200-900nm. The absorption could be caused energy transfer interaction between platform and GO and ZIF-8.
FYP 2, Sem 1 2019/2020
ZIF- 8 , Graphene Oxide , SEM