Department of Textile Engineering, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
*Corresponding author:Md Touhidul Islam, Department of Textile Engineeering, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Tangail-1902; Dhaka, Bangladesh
Submission: March 16, 2023Published: April 10, 2023
ISSN: 2578-0271Volume8 Issue3
The circular economy and sustainable information and communications technologies are becoming more and more interested in environmentally friendly energy sources and systems. In order to achieve this, a temperature and humidity sensor, a supercapacitor made of natural jute fiber, and an energyautonomous system are given. To create environmentally friendly electrodes, the jute fibers must be functionalized with conductive components (such as carbon nanotubes and Ag nanoparticles). This is due to the insulating properties of the cellulose and lignin found in jute fibers. The majority of fiber or textile based SCs currently in use metal coated cloth, which has problems like chemical instability due to reaction with electrolytes. Contrarily, the jute fiber may absorb aqueous active electrode inks, such as those based on organic conductive polymer and aqueous nanoparticle carbon, because of its high cellulose content (70%), leading to SCs with increased performance. In this mini review paper, we can easily know about super capacitor also we can know how to be prepared carbon fiber from jute cellulose. Jute cellulose is eco-friendly, easily gettable and more reserve value comes from jute fiber. Developed using sustainable and biocompatible materials, the presented SC can power the jute-fiber based sensors, thus demonstrating an attractive eco-friendly solution for applications such as wearables, grain sacks, and bags. This mini review is helpful all over the world because in this generation works on sustainability where jute cellulose is the best example which is environment friendly..
Keywords:Polyacrylonitrile; Supercapacitor; Biomass; Biodegradable