Graphene-Composite Carbon Nanofiber-Based Electrodes for Energy Storage Devices
Final rept. 18 Sep 2012-17 Sep 2013
TOKYO INST OF TECHNOLOGY (JAPAN)
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The goal of this research project is to develop highly conductive graphene composite carbon nanofiber CNF webs with an electrical conductivity larger than 1000 Scm. In addition, metal-oxide-nanostructures on the surface of CNF webs will also be developed. These highly conductive and surface-modified CNF webs will be utilized for high-performance electrodes of energy storage devices including flexible ones.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Laminates and Composite Materials