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Supercapacitor Electrode Materials from Highly Porous Carbon Nanofibers with Tailored Pore Distributions
Environmental and human health risks associated with the traditional methods of energy production (e.g., oil and gas) and intermittency and uncertainty of renewable sources (e.g., solar and wind) have led to exploring ...
Preparation of Free Standing Carbon Nanofiber Electrodes for Supercapacitor Applications
Supercapacitors, also known as electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs), are promising energy storage devices that can store more energy per unit volume or unit mass than the conventional capacitor. Supercapacitors ...
Metal Oxide–Carbon Nanocomposites for Energy Storage and Conversion
Increased energy demand with the exponential growth in population has become one of the major challenges that mankind has to face. To overcome the growing energy demand, there is a significant need to find either a sustainable ...
Functionalization and Dispersion Stability Study of Graphene Materials in 2K Urethane Coating System and Expanded Interlayer Spacing of Vanadium Oxide Nanomaterials for Energy Storage Applications
Synthesis and functionalization of nanomaterials has been studied for the application towards energy storage (V₂O₅) or corrosion protection (graphene). We took advantage of the hydrophobic and barrier properties present ...
Wide Temperature Performing Electrolytes and Cost-Effective Carbon Nanofiber Electrodes for High Performance Supercapacitors
Supercapacitors, or electrochemical double layer capacitors, are energy storage devices that store energy electrostatically at the electrode-electrolyte interface. Supercapacitors exhibit higher power density and lower ...