High microporosity of carbide-derived carbon prepared from a vacuum-treated precursor for energy storage devices

Sun Hwa Yeon, Dong Ha Kim, Sang Ho Lee, Seong Sik Nam, Se Kook Park, Jae Young So, Kyoung Hee Shin, Chang Soo Jin, Youngjune Park, Yun Chan Kang

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Abstract

Carbide-derived carbon (CDC) is an attractive electrode material for electrochemical applications because diverse pore textures and structures can be controlled by changing the properties of the precursor template and the synthesis conditions. Upon the tailoring of the micro-pore texture and graphitic structure of CDCs via a pre-vacuum treatment of a carbide precursor, the electrode shows a greatly high increased capacitance under a range of scan rates from 2 mV/s to 10 mV/s. The specific capacitance of a CDC chlorinated at 1000 °C from a pre-vacuum-treated at 1700 °C was 150 F/g at 2 mV/s, which is approximately 60% higher than that of a CDC chlorinated at 1000 °C.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)327-338
Number of pages12
JournalCarbon
Volume118
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017 Jul 1

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Microporosity
Energy storage
Carbides
Carbon
Vacuum
Capacitance
Textures
Electrodes

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High microporosity of carbide-derived carbon prepared from a vacuum-treated precursor for energy storage devices. / Yeon, Sun Hwa; Kim, Dong Ha; Lee, Sang Ho; Nam, Seong Sik; Park, Se Kook; So, Jae Young; Shin, Kyoung Hee; Jin, Chang Soo; Park, Youngjune; Kang, Yun Chan.

In: Carbon, Vol. 118, 01.07.2017, p. 327-338.

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Yeon, SH, Kim, DH, Lee, SH, Nam, SS, Park, SK, So, JY, Shin, KH, Jin, CS, Park, Y & Kang, YC 2017, 'High microporosity of carbide-derived carbon prepared from a vacuum-treated precursor for energy storage devices', Carbon, vol. 118, pp. 327-338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.carbon.2017.03.063
Yeon, Sun Hwa ; Kim, Dong Ha ; Lee, Sang Ho ; Nam, Seong Sik ; Park, Se Kook ; So, Jae Young ; Shin, Kyoung Hee ; Jin, Chang Soo ; Park, Youngjune ; Kang, Yun Chan. / High microporosity of carbide-derived carbon prepared from a vacuum-treated precursor for energy storage devices. In: Carbon. 2017 ; Vol. 118. pp. 327-338.
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