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Graphene oxide nanocapsules within silanized hydrogels suitable for electrochemical pseudocapacitors.

Kataky, R. and Hadden, J.H.L. and Coleman, K.S. and Ntola, C.N.M. and Chowdhury, M. and Duckworth, A.R. and Dobson, B.P. and Campos, R. and Pyner, S. and Shenton, F. (2015) 'Graphene oxide nanocapsules within silanized hydrogels suitable for electrochemical pseudocapacitors.', Chemical communications., 51 (51). pp. 10345-10348.


Soft biocompatible gels comprised of rolled up graphene oxide nanocapsules within the pores of silanized hydrogels may be used as electrochemical pseudocapacitors with physiological glucose or KOH as a reducing agent, affording a material suitable for devices requiring pulses with characteristic time less than a second.

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Date accepted:07 May 2015
Date deposited:02 July 2015
Date of first online publication:07 May 2015
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