Researchers advance understanding of energy storage mechanisms in supercapacitors

An international team of materials researchers including Drexel University's Dr. Yury Gogotsi has given the engineering world a better look at the inner functions of the electrodes of supercapacitors -- the low-cost, lightweight energy storage devices used in many electronics, transportation and many other applications. In a piece published in the March 4 edition of Nature Materials, Gogotsi, and his collaborators from universities in France and England, take another step toward finding a solution to the world's demand for sustainable energy sources. read more

Researchers advance understanding of energy storage mechanisms in supercapacitors

An international team of materials researchers including Drexel University's Dr. Yury Gogotsi has given the engineering world a better look at the inner functions of the electrodes of supercapacitors ...

Mon 5 Mar 12 from Phys.org

Drexel's Gogotsi and team advance understanding of energy storage mechanisms in Nature Materials, Mon 5 Mar 12 from e! Science News

Drexel's Gogotsi and team advance understanding of energy storage mechanisms in Nature Materials, Mon 5 Mar 12 from Eurekalert

Simulating your way to a better supercapacitor

A model of ion arrangement in a supercapacitor will help researchers design devices that hold more energy

Mon 5 Mar 12 from Chemistry World

Inner Workings of Supercapacitor Could Lead to Sustainable Energy

Materials researchers have given the engineering world a better look at the inner functions of the electrodes of supercapacitors to take another step toward finding a solution to the world?s ...

Tue 6 Mar 12 from Laboratory Equipment

Advancing understanding of energy storage mechanisms, Mon 5 Mar 12 from ScienceDaily

A jump forward in understanding the nature of supercapacitors

A research group at Drexel University has produced the first quantitative picture of the ionic liquid structure in a promising type of supercapacitor that uses microporous carbon electrodes. ...

Tue 6 Mar 12 from R&D Mag

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