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Fiber Supercapacitors Utilizing Pen Ink for Flexible/Wearable Energy Storage

that is composed of two fiber electrodes – a helical spacer wire and an electrolyte – is demonstrated. In the carbon‐based fiber supercapacitor (FSC), which has high capacitance performance, commercial pen ink is directly utilized as the electrochemical material. FSCs have potential benefits in the... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials 08 November 2012, Vol.24(42), pp.5713-5718
Main Author: Fu, Yongping
Other Authors: Cai, Xin , Wu, Hongwei , Lv, Zhibin , Hou, Shaocong , Peng, Ming , Yu, Xiao , Zou, Dechun
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ID: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201202930
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title: Fiber Supercapacitors Utilizing Pen Ink for Flexible/Wearable Energy Storage
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  • Fu, Yongping
  • Cai, Xin
  • Wu, Hongwei
  • Lv, Zhibin
  • Hou, Shaocong
  • Peng, Ming
  • Yu, Xiao
  • Zou, Dechun
subjects:
  • Energy Storage
  • Fibers
  • Flexible/Wearable Electronics
  • Pen Ink
  • Supercapacitors
ispartof: Advanced Materials, 08 November 2012, Vol.24(42), pp.5713-5718
description: that is composed of two fiber electrodes – a helical spacer wire and an electrolyte – is demonstrated. In the carbon‐based fiber supercapacitor (FSC), which has high capacitance performance, commercial pen ink is directly utilized as the electrochemical material. FSCs have potential benefits in the pursuit of low‐cost, large‐scale, and efficient flexible/wearable energy storage systems.
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identifier: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201202930
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abstractthat is composed of two fiber electrodes – a helical spacer wire and an electrolyte – is demonstrated. In the carbon‐based fiber supercapacitor (FSC), which has high capacitance performance, commercial pen ink is directly utilized as the electrochemical material. FSCs have potential benefits in the pursuit of low‐cost, large‐scale, and efficient flexible/wearable energy storage systems.
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