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Metal oxide nanostructures of wide bandgap
semiconductors with various morphologies, high degree
of crystallinity and surface properties were fabricated by
electrospinning a polymeric solution containing
respective metal ions and their controlled heat treatment.
The metal oxide nanostructures thus developed were
tested for their application as charge separation and
transport medium in solar cells, cathodes for low
voltage (2 V) lithium ion batteries, and super capacitors.
The solar cells thus fabricated features enhanced
electron diffusion coefficient and energy storage devices
featured stable electrochemical cycling thereby making
electrospun metal oxide nanostructures a viable product
for next generation energy industry.