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Last Updated: 02 February 2022

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Boosting Energy Density of an All Solid-State Asymmetric Supercapacitor Based on rGO/Ni(OH)2 and Activated Carbon Via Model Guided Design

Because of their long life span and high power density, Supercapacitors are one of the most versatile energy storage solutions, allowing them to be used in a regenerative braking system of electric vehicles, which leads to their lucrative use. Supercapacitors' biggest challenge is their relatively low energy density, which is the primary challenge for them. Despite ASC's efforts to enlarge the operable voltage window, most of the aqueous ASCs are also vulnerable to water decomposition, limiting the maximum operating voltage to around 1. 6 V, which has safety issues. On the other hand, the gel polymer electrolyte gel polymer electrolyte has higher electrochemical stability than aqueous ones. The operational voltage window is first measured on rGO/Ni 2 and AC half-cells with GPEs to determine the operational voltage window, and the former electrode is selected as the positive electrode and the latter as the negative electrode to maximize the system's use of electrical double layer capacitance. Figure 1 shows charge/discharge curves of the first five and the last five cycles of our ASC's recorded 10,000 cycles, as well as a very similar voltage-time pattern after the first cycle, which indicates high electrochemical reversibility of this ASC. After the initial activation cycles, Figure 1 shows that the coulombic yield remains nearly 100% after the initial activation cycles. This ASC system may have improved specific capacitance by inducing excess faradaic reaction of the rGO/Ni 2 electrode.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2019-02/3/111


Realizing an Asymmetric Supercapacitor Employing Carbon Nanotubes Anchored to Mn3O4 cathode and Fe3O4 Anode

According to Asymmetric Supercapacitors, a fast and efficient way to anchor pseudocapacitive compounds on multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes is a simple route to produce high-performance electrode materials for Asymmetric Supercapacitors. The nanoparticles are discretely attached to the CNT surface without forming a uniform layer, allowing the nanoparticles to adhere uniformly over the CNT surface, making the entire NP surface accessible for electrochemical reactions. According to a new CNT-Mn 3 O 4 nanocomposite cathode, the capacitive performance of designing the composite electrode has notably increased capacitive results in comparison to a pristine CNT electrode, confirming the efficiency of designing the composite electrode.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2020-0115mtgabs


Realizing an Asymmetric Supercapacitor Employing Carbon Nanotubes Anchored to Mn3O4 Cathode and Fe3O4 Anode

According to the authors, a fast and effective electrode material for Asymmetric Supercapacitors is a simple route to anchor pseudocapacitive materials on multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes. According to CNT-Mn 3 O 4 nanocomposite cathode's intrinsic capacitive value as compared to a pristine CNT electrode, demonstrating the efficiency of designing the composite electrode. The hybrid ASC achieves a 99% initial capacitance after 15000 cycles, with CNT-Fe 3 O 4 nanocomposite as paired anode.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2019-01/1/75

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