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


energy storage

Energy Storage with Titanium Modified Busopytic Electrodes

The work is devoted to the study of the electrochemical characteristics of prototype energy storage devices made on the basis of electrodes consisting of titanium-modified graphite woven material “busofit”. It is shown that the modification increases the specific values of the capacitance and the magnitude of the operating voltage.

Solid proton-conducting ceramic electrolyte for energy storage units

The paper considers the electrochemical properties of potassium polytitanate synthesized at the values of pH varying from 3 to 8 in a wide temperature range from ? 26 to + 80°C. The conductivity values and the activation energy were determined with the help of the method of impedance spectroscopy. The application of the obtained material used as a ceramic solid electrolyte in the energy storage units operating at low temperatures in the Far North is considered in the article.

Nonlinear effects in a cell with a solid electrolyte based on protonated potassium polytitanate

In this paper, the electrochemical and electrophysical properties of protonated potassium polytitanate synthesized at pH values varying from 3.11 to 8.88 depending on the magnitude of the polarization voltage and the magnitude of the measured signal were studied by the method of impedance spectroscopy. The values of effective conductivity, relaxation times, frequency dependences of the loss tangent, and dielectric permittivity are determined.