Carbon-supported, nano-structured, manganese oxide composite electrode for electrochemical supercapacitor
- Carbon-supported, nano-structured, manganese oxide composite electrode for electrochemical supercapacitor
- 오형석; Raj Kishore Sharma; 설용건; 김한성
- Supercapacitor; Manganese oxide; Composite electrode; Microemulsion; Specific capacitance
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- Journal of power sources
- VOL 173, NO 2-1028
- Carbon-supported MnO2, nanorods are synthesized using a microemulsion process and a manganese oxide/carbon (MnO2/C) composite is investigated for use in a supercapacitor. As shown by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy the 2 mn x 10 nm MnO2 nanorods are uniformly dispersed on the carbon surface. Cyclic voltammograms recorded for the MnO2/C Composite electrode display ideal capacitive behaviour between -0.1 and 0.8 V (vs. saturated calomel electrode) with high reversibility. The specific capacitance of the MnO2/C composite electrode found to be 165 F g(-1) and is estimated to be as high as 458 F g(-1) for the MnO2. Based on cyclic voltarnmetric life-cycle tests, the MnO2/C composite electrode gives a highly stable and reversible performance for up to 10,000 cycles.
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