Carbon Aerogels as Electrode Material in Supercapacitors

@article{Fischer1997CarbonAA,
  title={Carbon Aerogels as Electrode Material in Supercapacitors},
  author={Uwe Dr. Fischer and Ramona Saliger and Verena Bock and Raino Petricevic and Jochen Prof Dr Fricke},
  journal={Journal of Porous Materials},
  year={1997},
  volume={4},
  pages={281-285}
}
Due to their large specific surface area and their high electrical conductivity carbon aerogels are promising materials for electrodes in electrochemical double-layer capacitors (“supercapacitor”). The carbon aerogels were made via pyrolysis of resorcinol formaldehyde aerogels. The latter were prepared by supercritical and subcritical drying as well. The important findings of our investigation were, that the highest capacities of 46 F/cm3 were measured for samples with a density of about 800 kg… Expand
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