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1 June 2015 C-IOP/NiO/Ni7S6 composite with the inverse opal lattice as an electrode for supercapacitors
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Proceedings Volume 9519, Nanotechnology VII; 95190N (2015)
Event: SPIE Microtechnologies, 2015, Barcelona, Spain
In this work, we demonstrate the results of studies on the synthesis, the structure and properties of carbon inverted opal (C-IOP) nanostructures, the surface of which is modified by oxide and sulfide of nickel. It is shown that the modification of the matrix C-IOP by nickel compounds led to a decreasing the specific surface area more than three times and was 250 m2/g. The specific capacitance of the capacitor with the C-IOP/NiO/Ni7S6 composite as electrode has increased more than 4 times, from 130 F/g to 600 F/g, as compared with the sample C-IOP without the modification by nickel compounds. The significant contribution of the faradaic reactions in specific capacitance of the capacitor electrodes of the composites is marked.
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Nadezhda S. Sukhinina, Vladimir M. Masalov, Andrey A. Zhokhov, Irina I. Zverkova, and Gennadi A. Emelchenko "C-IOP/NiO/Ni7S6 composite with the inverse opal lattice as an electrode for supercapacitors", Proc. SPIE 9519, Nanotechnology VII, 95190N (1 June 2015);

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