ISSN 1608-4039 (Print)
ISSN 1680-9505 (Online)


Pyrolized carbon electrode material for supercapacitors obtained from organic raw materials of vegetable nature

In this paper we investigate carbon materials prepared from different organic raw materials of vegetable nature by the method of pyrolysis. Properties of obtained carbon substances are established by the methods of impedance spectroscopy, voltamperometry, and chronoamperometry. Starting from the data of electron paramagnetic resonance, impedance spectroscopy and an analysis of the Regon diagrams it is concluded that the obtained carbon materials contain carbon nanostructures in the form of bungles of multiwall nanotubes.

Electrolytic co-deposition Cobalt Oxide (III) with Nickel (III) and Chrome (III) oxides and formation of binary oxide compounds

With the help of the polarization curves method (E-lgIa) there are investigated the anode processes at Co2O3 anode deposition together with the doping additives – nickel (NiO, Ni2O3) and chromium (Cr2O3) oxides at the electrolysis from the mixed sulfate solutions. The possible mechanisms of these processes interconnection with nucleation and crystal growth of binary oxide compounds of Co-Ni and Co-Cr and crystal structure formation of anode deposits are considered.

The lead accumulators with surface electrodes

To increase the specific characteristics of the surface electrodes, used in the lead accumulators it is necessary to exclude the influence of the internal stress in the paste which is obtained by the electrochemical way. One of the variants of the solutions of this problem is the electrochemical obtaining the paste under the pressure directed to the surface of the forming paste.

Electrochemical Nanostructuring of Graphite for Application in Chemical Current Sources

The results of the study of electrochemical dispersion of flake graphite in sulfuric acid were presented. It was shown that the highest dispersion efficiency was achieved while using large fractions of graphite with a particle size being more than 200 microns. The formation of the multilayer graphene oxide structures with the thickness of 0.1–1.0 microns and lateral dimensions up to 100 microns during anodic oxidation of graphite was established. The graphene structures were identified by the x-ray phase analysis and IR-Fourier spectroscopy.