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Graphene Aerogel Ink for the Inkjet Printing of the Micro-Supercapacitors

  title={Graphene Aerogel Ink for the Inkjet Printing of the Micro-Supercapacitors},
  author={Anand P. S. Gaur and Wenjun Xiang and P. Nepal and Brice Lacroix and Christopher M. Sorensen and S. R. Das},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
The advances in the mass scale manufacturing of microscale energy storage devices via inkjet printing rely on the development of high-quality printable ink. The earth-abundant, non-toxic carbon materials such as graphene, carbon nanotube (CNT), reduced graphene oxide (r-GO) have shown excellent electrochemical performance and thus garnered significant interest as suitable electrode material. Here we report the formulation of printable graphene aerogel ink and the fabrication of the micro… 

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