Изучение электрохимических свойств углеродных материалов для отрицательного электрода

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Electrochemical characteristics of electrodes based on various carbon materials such as expanded graphite, nanotubes, black carbon for hybrid supercapacitors C/PbO2 with acid electrolyte were investigated. It was shown that the highest values of the capacitive characteristics were obtained using TUBALL graphene nanotubes (LLC, Novosibirsk).


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