Researchers boost ultracapacitor performance with carbon nanotubes, graphene

04/23/2014 | GigaOm

Researchers at George Washington University report employing carbon nanotubes and graphene in developing ultracapacitors, improving the performance of the power sources while lowering materials costs. The research team mixed CNTs and graphene into an ink that was applied to paper.

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