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Huang, Haijian
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Niederberger, Markus
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2019-10-29T08:48:42Z
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2019-10-28T16:17:45Z
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2019-10-29T08:47:59Z
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2019-10-29T08:48:42Z
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2019-11-07
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10.1039/C9NR05732C
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11850/373418
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10.3929/ethz-b-000373418
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Since the discovery of the pseudocapacitive behavior in RuO2 by Sergio Trasatti and Giovanni Buzzanca in 1971, materials with pseudocapacitance have been regarded as promising candidates for high-power energy storage. Pseudocapacitance-involving energy storage is predominantly based on faradaic redox reactions, but at the same time the charge storage is not limited by solid-state ion diffusion. Besides the search for pseudocapacitive materials, their implementation into non-aqueous hybrid capacitors stands for the strategy to increase power density by a rational design of the battery structure. Composed of a battery-type anode and a capacitor-type cathode, such devices show great promise to integrate the merits of both batteries and capacitors. Today, the availability of fast-charging technologies is of fundamental importance for establishing electric vehicles on a mass scale. Therefore, from the perspective of materials and battery design, understanding the basics and the recent developments of pseudocapacitive materials and non-aqueous hybrid capacitors is of great importance. With this goal in mind, we introduce here the fundamentals of pseudocapacitance and non-aqueous hybrid capacitors. In addition, we provide an overview of the latest developments in this fast growing research field.
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en
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Royal Society of Chemistry
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
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Towards fast-charging technologies in Li+/Na+ storage: from the perspectives of pseudocapacitive materials and non-aqueous hybrid capacitors
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Journal Article
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Journal Article
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Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported
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2019-09-18
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Nanoscale
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11
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41
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19225
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19240
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Cambridge
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