Mess is best: Disordered structure of battery-like devices improves performance

This article from TechXplore discusses a breakthrough in supercapacitor technology by researchers at the University of Cambridge. They discovered that supercapacitors with a more disordered internal structure of carbon electrodes store more energy compared to those with ordered structures. This finding, utilizing nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, could significantly enhance supercapacitors’ energy density, making them more viable for applications needing quick charging and durable energy storage solutions.

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