Hierarchically structured carbon-based composites: Design, synthesis and their application in electrochemical capacitors

Nanoscale
C Z YuanX G Zhang

Abstract

This feature article provides an overview of the recent research progress on the hierarchically structured carbon-based composites for electrochemical capacitors. The basic principles of electrochemical capacitors, and the design, construction and performance of hierarchically structured carbon-based composites electrode materials with good ions and electron transportation and large specific surface area are discussed. The trend of future development of high-power and large-energy electrochemical capacitors is proposed.

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