Fullerene-Graphene Based High Efficiency SupercapacitorsTechnology #ua15-081
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Invention: This technology provides for enhancing capacitor power density, capacitive retention, and stability by using self growing nano particles on the electrodes of capacitors. Specifically, double-layer capacitance achieve electrostatic storage by separation of charge in a Helmholtz double layer at the interface between the surface of a conductive electrode and electrolyte. The invention couples graphene flakes and porous graphite with self-assembly fullerene to provide the ability to attain high areal and specific electric double layer capacitance.
Application: This technology provides for enhancing battery or capacitor power density, capacitive retention, and stability by using self growing nano particles on the electrodes.
This invention claims to display enhanced performance in area, such as:
• Overall porosity
• Mechanical strength of the film
• Self-assemblies coupling
• High power density
• High capacitive retention and stability
• Muralidharan, Krish
• Raghavan, Srini
UA ID: UA15-081
Robert Sleeper, J.D.
Licensing Manager, College of Engineering