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Preparation and comparison of hybridized WO3–V2O5 nanocomposites electrochemical supercapacitor performance in KOH and H2SO4 electrolyte

P. Periasamy, T. Krishnakumar, M. Sandhiya, M. Sathish, Murthy Chavali, Prem Felix Siril, V.p. Devarajan

Publication date: 1 February 2019

Source: Materials Letters, Volume 236

Author(s): P. Periasamy, T. Krishnakumar, M. Sandhiya, M. Sathish, Murthy Chavali, Prem Felix Siril, V.P. Devarajan

Abstract

The rod shape WO3–V2O5 hybrid nanocomposites were prepared by microwave assisted wet chemical route. The electrochemical investigations of as-prepared composites were carried in two electrolytes such as KOH and H2SO4 for comparison. Their maximum capacitance was calculated as 44 F/g for WO3 and 173 F/g for WO3–V2O5 composites in KOH electrolyte and its efficiency is 100% up to 5000 cycles and its capacitance retention is ∼126% in KOH electrolyte. In H2SO4 electrolyte, the specific capacitance of WO3 was recorded as 246 F/g and WO3–V2O5 showed poor performance such as less than 12 F/g.

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