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Asbani, B., Douard, C., Brousse, T. & Le Bideau, J. (2019) High temperature solid-state supercapacitor designed with ionogel electrolyte. Energy Storage Materials, 21 439–445. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1016/j.ensm.2019.06.004
Clé BibTeX: Asbani2019
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Catégories: IMN, PMN, ST2E
Créateurs: Asbani, Brousse, Douard, Le Bideau
Collection: Energy Storage Materials
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To date, the design of high temperature electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs) remains a challenge more specifically related to the electrolyte. The electrochemical performance of EDLC can be tuned by the temperature, and a better performance can be achieved at higher temperature if all the components are well suited to this purpose. Subsequently, an all solid-state EDLC operated at high temperature using porous carbon electrodes and a solid-like electrolyte was fabricated. Such an approach opens the route towards safer and flexible devices. An ionogel was used as the solid electrolyte and concomitantly as separator in this all-solid EDLC. The synthetized ionogel exhibits a high ionic conductivity over a wide temperature range, from 4mS cm(-1) at 20 degrees C up to 26 mS cm(-1) cm at 100 degrees C. The all solid state EDLC thus prepared was able to withstand operating temperature as high as 100 degrees C, under a 2.5 V cell voltage. Long term galvanostatic charge-discharge cycling over 25 000 cycles were achieved at 100 degrees C, thus demonstrating very good capacitance retention. The ionogel-based EDLCs therefore appear to be suitable for high temperature environments.
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