Fe2+- and Er2+-intercalative modification of porous and electron structure of activated carbon and its influence on supercapacitor parameters

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An influence of both porous and electron structure on the processes in an electric double layer (EDL) determining the main working parameters of carbon-based supercapacitors has been studied in order to improve them. The investigations involved impedance spectroscopy, X-ray small angle scattering, confocal micro-Raman spectroscopy, infra-red and Mössbauer spectroscopy. Fe2+- and Er2+-intercallative modifications of nanoporous carbon were performed. It was found that the modification process characteristics correlated with the structure parameters of the EDL.

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Correspondence to B. Ya. Venhryn.

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This paper was presented at the Conference Functional and Nanostructured Materials, FNMA 11, 6–9 September 2011, Szczecin, Poland.

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Venhryn, B.Y., Grygorchak, I.I., Kulyk, Y.O. et al. Fe2+- and Er2+-intercalative modification of porous and electron structure of activated carbon and its influence on supercapacitor parameters. Mater Sci-Pol 32, 272–280 (2014). https://doi.org/10.2478/s13536-013-0178-5

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Keywords

  • Fe- and Er-intercalative modifications
  • small angle X-ray diffraction
  • specific capacity
  • nanocluster
  • nanoporous carbon
  • supercapacitor