• activated carbon fibres as high performance supercapacitor

    Activated carbon fibres as high performance supercapacitor

    A large scale preparation of high surface area activated carbon fibres (ACs, 1550 m 2 g-1) derived from waste cotton as an economic and abundant renewable natural resource and the fabrication of high-performance supercapacitor electrode was demonstrated. The electrochemical performance and supercapacitive behaviours of carbon fibres electrodes

  • a high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon

    A high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon

    A high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon fibers with an optimized pore structure and oxygen-containing functional groups†. Kai Zhu a, Yu Wang a, Joel A. Tang b, Shaohua Guo c, Zhongmin Gao a, Yingjin Wei a, Gang Chen ad and Yu Gao * a a Key Laboratory of Physics and Technology for Advanced Batteries, Ministry of Education, College of Physics, Jilin University, Changchun

  • a high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon

    A high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon

    A high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon fibers with an optimized pore structure and oxygen-containing functional groups† Kai Zhu , a Yu Wang , a Joel A. Tang , b Shaohua Guo , c Zhongmin Gao , a Yingjin Wei , a Gang Chen ad and Yu Gao * a

  • hierarchical activated carbon fibers as a sustainable

    Hierarchical Activated Carbon Fibers as a Sustainable

    This study demonstrates a facile, cost‐effective, green, and sustainable fabrication of supercapacitor devices using high surface area (2350 m 2 g −1) activated carbon fibers as supercapacitor electrode. The electrochemical behavior of the supercapacitor electrodes with different neutral electrolytes such as LiCl, KCl, and NaCl is carefully

  • high-performance supercapacitor electrode based on activated

    High-performance supercapacitor electrode based on activated

    Q. Yang, L. Dong, C. Xu, F. KangHigh-performance supercapacitors based on graphene/MnO2/activated carbon fiber felt composite electrodes in different neutral electrolytes RSC Adv., 6 (2016), pp. 12525-12529, 10.1039/c5ra25701h

  • high-performance supercapacitors based on graphene/mno2

    High-performance supercapacitors based on graphene/MnO2

    Graphene/MnO 2 composites are introduced into activated carbon fiber felt (ACFF) to fabricate composite textile electrodes. Their micro-structure, electrical properties and electrochemical performance for supercapacitor applications in different neutral electrolytes (1 M NaNO 3 and Ca(NO 3) 2 aqueous solutions) have been studied.

  • a high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon

    A high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon

    A high-performance supercapacitor based on activated carbon fibers with an optimized pore structure and oxygen-containing functional groups† Kai Zhu , a Yu Wang , a Joel A. Tang , b Shaohua Guo , c Zhongmin Gao , a Yingjin Wei , a Gang Chen ad and Yu Gao * a

  • hierarchical activated carbon fibers as a sustainable

    Hierarchical Activated Carbon Fibers as a Sustainable

    This study demonstrates a facile, cost‐effective, green, and sustainable fabrication of supercapacitor devices using high surface area (2350 m 2 g −1) activated carbon fibers as supercapacitor electrode. The electrochemical behavior of the supercapacitor electrodes with different neutral electrolytes such as LiCl, KCl, and NaCl is carefully

  • activated carbon fibers with hierarchical nanostructure

    Activated Carbon Fibers with Hierarchical Nanostructure

    Activated Carbon Fibers with Hierarchical Nanostructure Derived from Waste Cotton Gloves as High-Performance Electrodes for Supercapacitors Chao Wei, Jianlin Yu, Xiaoqing Yang* and Guoqing Zhang Abstract One of the most challenging issues that restrict the biomass/waste-based nanocarbons in supercapacitor

  • next‐generation activated carbon supercapacitors: a simple

    Next‐Generation Activated Carbon Supercapacitors: A Simple

    Sultan Ahmed, Ahsan Ahmed, M. Rafat, Investigation on activated carbon derived from biomass Butnea monosperma and its application as a high performance supercapacitor electrode, Journal of Energy Storage, 10.1016/j.est.2019.100988, 26, (100988), (2019).

  • (pdf) activated carbon fiber monoliths as supercapacitor

    (PDF) Activated Carbon Fiber Monoliths as Supercapacitor

    Further, an asymmetric supercapacitor was constructed using NiSnO3/GNS nanocomposite and activated carbon acted as positive and negative electrodes within an operating potential window of 0–0.8

  • large‐scale synthesis of nitrogen‐doped activated carbon

    Large‐Scale Synthesis of Nitrogen‐Doped Activated Carbon

    Large‐Scale Synthesis of Nitrogen‐Doped Activated Carbon Fibers with High Specific Surface Area for High‐Performance Supercapacitors Ming Dong Liao Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Sichuan University of Science and Engineering, 643000 Zigong, Sichuan, P. R. China