2D Pseudocapacitors Could Charge in Milliseconds

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2D Pseudocapacitors Could Charge in Milliseconds

by KirtB » Mon Jul 24, 2017 5:13 pm

2D Material Could Make Pseudocapacitors Charge in Milliseconds

"Over two decades ago, researchers at Drexel University identified a new kind of material they dubbed Max phase (the M is for transition metal, the A for "A group" metal, and the X for carbon and/or nitrogen). At the time, the scientists believed the material could serve as a kind of primordial goo from which all things came—it contained all the elements but needed to be organized by scientists. Since 2011, Drexel researchers have been working with an iteration of this Max phase goo called 'MXene.' It was essentially a two-dimensional (2D) material that derived its name from the process of etching and ..." http://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/semiconductors/materials/twodimensional-material-could-make-pseudocapacitors-charge-in-milliseconds