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Grigor’yeva V. A., Burashnikova M. M. Study of the electrochemical properties of carbon fibrous materials for a negative electrode of a hybrid supercondenser with acid electrolyt. Electrochemical Energetics, 2022, vol. 22, iss. 1, pp. 21-34. DOI: 10.18500/1608-4039-2022-22-1-21-34, EDN: AFYHEY

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Study of the electrochemical properties of carbon fibrous materials for a negative electrode of a hybrid supercondenser with acid electrolyt

Grigor’yeva Valeriya Aleksandrovna, Saratov State University
Burashnikova Marina Mikhailovna, Saratov State University

The electrochemical characteristics of electrodes based on various fibrous carbon materials (manufactured by OOO NPTs Uvikom) for hybrid supercapacitors C/PbO2 with an acid electrolyte have been investigated. It is shown that the highest values of the capacitive characteristics of the electrodes were obtained using carbon activated felt UVIS-AK-V-170, characterized by capacities up to 400 F/g.


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