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No. Article
41 Effect of carbon nanotube loadings on supercapacitor characteristics
Huang NB, Kirk DW, Thorpe SJ, Liang CH, Xu LS, Li W, Zhang SC, Sun M
International Journal of Energy Research, 39(3), 336, 2015
42 Anomalous cyclic voltammetric response from pores smaller than ion size by voltage-induced force
Yang CM, Jung HJ, Kim YJ
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 446, 208, 2015
43 Physico-chemical and electrochemical properties of pitch-based high crystallinity cokes used as electrode material for electric double layer capacitor
Park MS, Cho S, Jeong E, Lee YS
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 23, 27, 2015
44 How does lithium oxalyldifluoroborate enable the compatibility of ionic liquids and carbon-based capacitors?
Chen RJ, Chen Y, Xu B, Zhang R, He ZY, Wu F, Li L
Journal of Power Sources, 276, 299, 2015
45 Enabling high areal capacitance in electrochemical double layer capacitors by means of the environmentally friendly starch binder
Varzi A, Passerini S
Journal of Power Sources, 300, 216, 2015
46 High power, solvent-free electrochemical double layer capacitors based on pyrrolidinium dicyanamide ionic liquids
Wolff C, Jeong S, Paillard E, Balducci A, Passerini S
Journal of Power Sources, 293, 65, 2015
47 Polyaniline-coated freestanding porous carbon nanofibers as efficient hybrid electrodes for supercapacitors
Tran C, Singhal R, Lawrence D, Kalra V
Journal of Power Sources, 293, 373, 2015
48 Activated carbon aerogel as electrode material for coin-type EDLC cell in organic electrolyte
Kwon SH, Lee E, Kim BS, Kim SG, Lee BJ, Kim MS, Jung JC
Current Applied Physics, 14(4), 603, 2014
49 Electrochemical studies of acetonitrile based supercapacitor electrolytes containing alkali and alkaline earth metal cations
Lane GH, Jezek E
Electrochimica Acta, 150, 173, 2014
50 HyperCoal-derived porous carbons with alkaline hydroxides and carbonate activation for electric double-layer capacitors
Zhao XY, Huang SS, Cao JP, Wei XY, Magarisawa K, Takarada T
Fuel Processing Technology, 125, 251, 2014