With the advent of the new energy era, energy storage materials have become more and more widely used; especially the demand for various portable and wearable electronic devices has stimulated the rapid development of lightweight and flexible energy storage systems with enhanced electrochemical performance and Good mechanical flexibility. Currently, batteries and supercapacitors are two ideal energy storage devices. In the past few decades, supercapacitors, also known as electrochemical capacitors, rely on the electric double layer (EDL) capacitance on the electrode surface or the near-surface reversibility of the electrode. The pseudo capacitance generated by the Faradaic redox reaction to store energy. It has great potential due to its high-power density, excellent electrochemical reversibility, and extremely long cycling stability.
SINOYQX melamine foam is a 99% open-cell three-dimensional network skeleton elastomer, and has a huge specific surface area. A very ideal anode material for energy storage capacitors; the advantages of modified carbonized melamine foam are (Flexible Supercapacitor Electrodes): the modified carbonized melamine foam compressible electrode material exhibits the best capacitance performance, such as cycle stability (even at 40 mA/cm- After 2000 charge-discharge cycles at a current density of 3, the compressible electrode can still maintain 90.63% of the initial capacitance) and compressibility stability (97.88% of the capacitance retention even at 50% compressibility). The layered compressible supercapacitor is composed of MF/Ni (OH)2 elastic material as anode, nickel/carbon (Ni/C) as cathode and filter paper as separator material; this supercapacitor device exhibits good performance under different compressions. Electrochemical performance and excellent compression stability.
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