Nanostructured metal oxides as electrode materials for electrochemical capacitors

American Scientific Publishers
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Journal of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, 2009, 9 (2), pp. 1263 - 1267
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In this study, nanostructured transition metal oxides, such as Co3O4, NiO and MnO2 were comprehensively studied and reported as promising electrode materials for electrochemical capacitors. The materials have been obtained by solution or spray solution techniques, which are cost-effective and promising for industry application. All materials feature a large specific surface area, which can reach up to 270 m2/g. The high surface area is a compulsory condition for high capacitance. The best MnO2 materials yielded up to 406 F/g.
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