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Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, Volume 51, Number 28, p.6092-6095 (2015)



absorption, article, Carbon, controlled study, desorption, electric potential, Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, electrode, electron transport, ionic liquid, nanowire, Nickel, Nickel oxide, oxidation reduction reaction, oxide, reaction time, surface property, unclassified drug


The report provides a preliminary assessment of the charge storage prerogatives of an asymmetric electrochemical capacitor employing a carbon-grafted NiO electrode interfaced with 1-ethyl-3-methyl imidazoliumdicyanamide as an ionic liquid electrolyte. This configuration has been demonstrated to be potentially exploited for developing hybrid supercapacitors providing as high energy density as 21 W h Kg-1.


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A. Paravannoor, Shantikumar V Nair, Pattathil, P., Manca, M., and Balakrishnan, A., “High Voltage Supercapacitors based on Carbon-Grafted NiO Nanowires Interfaced with an Aprotic Ionic Liquid”, Chemical Communications, vol. 51, pp. 6092-6095, 2015.