New Low-Cost Battery-Like Device Captures CO2 Emissions While It Charges

[ad_1] The supercapacitor device, which is similar to a rechargeable battery, is about the size of a quarter, and is made in part from sustainable materials including coconut shells and seawater. Designed by researchers from the University of Cambridge, the supercapacitor could help power carbon capture and storage technologies at a much lower cost. Credit: […]

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Enhanced Energy Storage Capacity of Graphene Supercapacitors via Solar Heating

[ad_1] Schematic diagram of fabricating process for the solar-thermal MSC and their energy storage performance under different light intensities. Credit: LI Nian Prof. WANG Zhenyang’s research group from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has enhanced the energy storage capacity of graphene supercapacitors via solar heating. Related research […]

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