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Carbon-based materials as supercapacitor electrodes.
This tutorial review provides a brief summary of recent research progress on carbon-based electrode materials for supercapacitors, as well as the importance of electrolytes in the development of
Layered graphene oxide nanostructures with sandwiched conducting polymers as supercapacitor electrodes.
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A graphene oxide-polypyrrole composite prepared from this approach exhibited an excellent electrocapacitive performance with a high specific capacitance over 500 F g(-1).
A review of molecular modelling of electric double layer capacitors.
TLDR
Simulations on comparing electric double-layer structure at planar and porous electrode surfaces under equilibrium conditions have revealed significant structural differences between the two electrode types, and porous electrodes have been shown to store charge more efficiently.
Effect of the agglomeration of TiO2 nanoparticles on their photocatalytic performance in the aqueous phase.
  • Gang Li, L. Lv, X. Zhao
  • Chemistry, Materials Science
    Journal of colloid and interface science
  • 15 August 2010
Photocatalytic degradation of dyes over graphene-gold nanocomposites under visible light irradiation.
Graphene modified with gold nanoparticles displayed an excellent visible-light photocatalytic performance in degrading dyes in water.
One-step solvothermal synthesis of Fe3O4@C core-shell nanoparticles with tunable sizes.
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It is demonstrated that the FCNPs can effectively remove more than 90 wt% of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution and the role of glucose in regulating the grain size and morphology of the particles is discussed.
On the configuration of supercapacitors for maximizing electrochemical performance.
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This work attempts to summarize recent research progress towards the design and configuration of electrode materials to maximize supercapacitor performance in terms of energy density, power density, and cycle stability.
Desired crystal oriented LiFePO4 nanoplatelets in situ anchored on a graphene cross-linked conductive network for fast lithium storage.
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The obtained "platelet-on-sheet" LiFePO4/graphene composite (LFP@GNs) can be used as a basic unit for constructing more complex structures to further improve electrochemical performance, such as coating the exposed LFP surface with a thin layer of carbon to build a C@L FP@GN composite to enhance its cycling stability.
Flow-controlled vertical deposition method for the fabrication of photonic crystals.
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