Studies of Supercapacitor Carbon Electrodes with High Pseudocapacitance

  • Volfkovich Y
  • Mikhailin A
  • Bograchev D
  • et al.
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This paper describes the max. possible capacitance values on activated carbon and also a more detailed study of mechanisms of the processes occurring under deep cathodic charging. Electrochem. properties of electrodes based on CH900-20 activated carbon (AC) cloth were studied in concd. sulfuric acid solns. in a wide range of potentials from -0.8 to +1 V RHE. [on SciFinder(R)]




Volfkovich, Yu. M., Mikhailin, A. A., Bograchev, D. A., Sosenkin, V. E., & Bagotsky, V. S. (2012). Studies of Supercapacitor Carbon Electrodes with High Pseudocapacitance. In Recent Trend in Electrochemical Science and Technology. InTech.

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