Two Dimensional heterostructure and its application in efficient quantum energy storage.

@article{Talukdar2019TwoDH,
  title={Two Dimensional heterostructure and its application in efficient quantum energy storage.},
  author={Meenakshi Talukdar and Sushant Kumar Behera and Pritam Deb},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2019}
}
Portable miniaturized energy storage micro-supercapacitor has engrossed significant attention due to its power source and energy storage capacity, replacing batteries in ultra-small electronic devices. Fabrication with porous and 2D graphitic nanomaterials with high conductivity and surface area signify high performance of micro-supercapacitor. In order to satisfy the fast-growing energy demands for the next-generation, we report performance and design of a 2D heterostructure of EDLC (g-C$_3$N… 

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