Redox Processes and Pseudocapacitance of Capacitors in Light of Intercalation Nanotechnologies
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- Grigorchak, I.I. Russian Journal of Electrochemistry (2003) 39: 695. doi:10.1023/A:1024173832171
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New pseudocapacitor systems are created with the help of a nanotechnique approach, namely, an intercalation expansion of the crystal lattice of layered crystals. The maximum specific pseudocapacitance of a titanium disulfide-based material achieved is 1156 F/g. The system's specific energy in manufactured samples is 318 W h/kg.