High-speed annealing of hydrous ruthenium oxide nanoparticles by intensely pulsed white light for supercapacitors
- High-speed annealing of hydrous ruthenium oxide nanoparticles by intensely pulsed white light for supercapacitors
- 유태희; 김선민; 임정아; 김종휘; 상병인; 송용원
- Intensely Pulsed White Light; Ruthenium Oxide; Supercapacitor; Photoannealing
- Issue Date
- Journal of the Electrochemical Society
- VOL 160, NO 10, A1772-A1776
- We propose and demonstrate an extremely efficient annealing for the RuO2 · xH2O nanoparticles incorporated in a supercapacitor
employing intensely pulsed white light (IPWL). The IPWL process ensures the significant advantage of a room-temperature
and millisecond-scaled process under ambient conditions. Resultant nanomorphology and crystallinity of RuO2 · xH2O electrodes
are analyzed for process optimization. Electrochemical characteristics of the IPWL-treated electrodes were investigated by cycle
voltammetry, resulting in a specific capacitance of 439 F/g at 10 mV/s with the irradiated IPWL energy of 2.04 J/㎠ in 23 msec.
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