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Nouvelle publication FM2N par M. Boudard et L. Rapenne

Publié le 3 avril 2016
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Communiqué du 25 mars 2016 au 31 mars 2016

Le papier "One-step process to form a nickel-based/carbon nanofoam composite supercapacitor electrode using Na2SO4 as an eco-friendly electrolyte" a été publié dans RSC Advances.

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Vous trouverez ici le papier de Michel Boudard  et Laetitia Rappenne. Voici l'abstract:
"In this work, NiOx is anodically electrodeposited onto carbon nanofoam (CNF) to form a composite electrode devoted to supercapacitor applications. The use of NiSO4 as precursor in electrodeposition results in the formation of NiO and NiOOH species, as confirmed by XPS analysis, by means of a one-step anodic process. The presence of both NiO and NiOOH suggests the existence of pseudocapacitance, as observed in MnO2 and RuO2 materials. By employing Na2SO4, an eco-friendly electrolyte, the resulting composite delivers a specific capacitance of 150 F g−1 at 1 A g−1 considering the total mass of the electrode (deposit plus substrate). In addition, this composite electrode can operate in a very broad potential window, as high as 2.2 V, suggesting its application in high energy density electrochemical supercapacitors.In this work, NiOx is anodically electrodeposited onto carbon nanofoam (CNF) to form a composite electrode devoted to supercapacitor applications. The use of NiSO4 as precursor in electrodeposition results in the formation of NiO and NiOOH species, as confirmed by XPS analysis, by means of a one-step anodic process. The presence of both NiO and NiOOH suggests the existence of pseudocapacitance, as observed in MnO2 and RuO2 materials. By employing Na2SO4, an eco-friendly electrolyte, the resulting composite delivers a specific capacitance of 150 F g−1 at 1 A g−1 considering the total mass of the electrode (deposit plus substrate). In addition, this composite electrode can operate in a very broad potential window, as high as 2.2 V, suggesting its application in high energy density electrochemical supercapacitors."

DOI: 10.1039/C5RA22046G/
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