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Phosphorous-enriched Carbons Increase Performance and Energy Density of Supercapacitors

Researchers from Australia, Ukraine and Spain have found that phosphorus-rich microporous carbons (P-carbons) used in supercapacitors exhibit enhanced supercapacitive performance, are capable of stable operation at voltages larger than 1.3 V in H2SO4 and can support an energy density of up to 16 Wh/kg compared to around 5 Wh/kg for conventional commercial carbon. A paper on their work is published in the 15 April issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society.


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