Electrochemical and electromechanical studies on nanostructured electrodes for supercapacitors

Abstract : Supercapacitors (Scs) are a class of electrochemical energy storage devices well suited for storage and rapid release of this energy. The study of the species flow at the electrode/electrolyte interface is an essential point to improve the performance of these supercapacitors. This thesis explores in great depth, and with a combination of original tools, the transfer of species in charge storage mechanisms within commonly used supercapacitor electrode materials, such as conductive polymers, carbonaceous materials or transition metal oxides.
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Wanli Gao. Electrochemical and electromechanical studies on nanostructured electrodes for supercapacitors. Analytical chemistry. Sorbonne Université / Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2018. English. ⟨tel-02304360⟩

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