Cation Intercalation and High Volumetric Capacitance of Two-Dimensional Titanium Carbide

@article{Lukatskaya2013CationIA,
  title={Cation Intercalation and High Volumetric Capacitance of Two-Dimensional Titanium Carbide},
  author={Maria R. Lukatskaya and Olha Mashtalir and Chang E. Ren and Yohan Dall’Agnese and Patrick Rozier and P. L. Taberna and Michael Naguib and Patrice Simon and Michel W. Barsoum and Yury Gogotsi},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={341},
  pages={1502 - 1505}
}
Toward Titanium Carbide Batteries Many batteries and capacitors make use of lithium intercalation as a means of storing and transporting charge. Lithium is commonly used because it offers the best energy density, but also because there are difficulties in storing larger cations without disrupting the crystal structure of the host. Lukatskaya et al. (p. 1500) developed a series of MX compounds, where M represents a transition metal and X is carbon or nitrogen.The compound Ti3C2 forms a two… 

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