Organic hydrogel outperforms typical carbon supercapacitors
from Ars Technica
Supercapacitors complement batteries in energy storage and delivery schemes, as they can provide quick bursts of power. But supercapacitors hold less energy per volume than a typical battery, so they have limited storage capacity. Stanford University researchers have made a hydrogel using a conducting polymer that has a capacitance about three times greater than a typical carbon supercapacitor.
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