DTU Chemistry - Mat Chem A

New findings on 3D graphene nanomaterials

Wednesday 18 Mar 15
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Qijin Chi
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DTU Chemistry
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Associate Professor Qijin Chi and postdoc Ramendra S. Dey from the NanoChemistry Group at DTU Chemistry have worked out a cost-effective way to assemble 3D graphene nanomaterials.

The cost-effective way to assemble 3D graphene nanomaterials enables the preparation of all-in-one supercapacitor electrodes.

The resulting supercapacitors display extremely high specific capacitance close to the theoretical value of graphene.

The finding has just been published as a cover article in Journal of Materials Chemistry A.

Read the article 'Approaching the theoretical capacitance of graphene through copper foam integrated threedimensional graphene networks.'

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