Graphene and nanotube carpets for energy storage

June 17th, 2013

Researchers at Rice have made a new hybrid microsupercapacitor from graphene and carbon nanotube carpets with electrochemical properties that could be useful in portable electronics and renewable power applications. Jian Lin, a postdoctoral research associate in mechanical engineering and materials science, is quoted.

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