• Corpus ID: 103430118

Solution Precursor Plasma Spray Deposition of Super-capacitor Electrode Materials

  title={Solution Precursor Plasma Spray Deposition of Super-capacitor Electrode Materials},
  author={Mehdi Golozar},
  • M. Golozar
  • Published 7 December 2011
  • Materials Science
Double layer capacitors owe their large capacitance to high specific surface area carbon-based electrode materials adhered to a current collector via an adhesive. However, recent studies attribute greater electrical energy storage capacity to transition metal oxides/nitrides: a new generation of electrode materials for use in super-capacitors with mixed double-layer and pseudo-capacitive properties. Solution precursor plasma spray deposition is a technique that allows coatings to be fabricated… 
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