Review of nanostructured carbon materials for electrochemical capacitor applications : advantages and limitations of activated carbon , carbide-derived carbon , zeolite-templated carbon , carbon aerogels , carbon nanotubes , onion-like carbon , and graphene

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  title={Review of nanostructured carbon materials for electrochemical capacitor applications : advantages and limitations of activated carbon , carbide-derived carbon , zeolite-templated carbon , carbon aerogels , carbon nanotubes , onion-like carbon , and graphene},
  author={Wentian Gu and Gleb Yushin},
  year={2013}
}
Electric double layer capacitors, also called supercapacitors, ultracapacitors, and electrochemical capacitors, are gaining increasing popularity in high power energy storage applications. Novel carbon materials with high surface area, high electrical conductivity, as well as a range of shapes, sizes and pore size distributions are being constantly developed and tested as potential supercapacitor electrodes. This article provides an overview of the electrochemical studies on activated carbon… CONTINUE READING
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