Ultracapacitors made with Hybrid conducting polymer–clay exfoliated nanocomposites
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Ultracapacitors form exfoliated nanocomposites of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT), and montmorillonite (MMT), have been fabricated, and have been characterized by electrochemical and macroscopic methods, found to present very good electrical properties (e.g. the specific capacitance), evidencing the favorable effect of the clay, and the thinness of the film.
CitationAradilla Zapata, David [et al.]. Ultracapacitors made with Hybrid conducting polymer–clay exfoliated nanocomposites. A: Jornades de recerca EUETIB. "Jornades de recerca EUETIB". Barcelona: EUETIB, 2013, p. 143-144.