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RuO2-coated vertical graphene hybrid electrodes for high-performance solid-state supercapacitors

RuO2-coated vertical graphene hybrid electrodes for high-performance solid-state supercapacitors
Avi Bendavid, Adrian T. Murdock, Dong Han Seo, Kostya (Ken) Ostrikov, Shafique Pineda, Zhao Jun Han
Solid-state supercapacitors can be fabricated by uniformly coating RuO2 onto vertical graphene (VG) using a simple, scalable, low-cost and solution-free method. The binder-free RuO2/VG hybrid electrodes possess a high areal capacitance, low electrical resistance, good frequency response, and excellent stability, shedding light on the commercialisation of Ru-based energy storage devices.
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