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SHI Jing, TIAN Xiao-dong, LI Xiao, LIU Ye-qun, SUN Hai-zhen. Micro/mesopore carbon spheres derived from sucrose for high performance supercapacitors[J]. NEW CARBOM MATERIALS. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60021-5
Citation: SHI Jing, TIAN Xiao-dong, LI Xiao, LIU Ye-qun, SUN Hai-zhen. Micro/mesopore carbon spheres derived from sucrose for high performance supercapacitors[J]. NEW CARBOM MATERIALS. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60021-5

Micro/mesopore carbon spheres derived from sucrose for high performance supercapacitors

doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(21)60021-5
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  • Micro/mesopore carbon spheres as electrode materials of supercapacitors were prepared by hydrothermal carbonization followed by KOH/NaOH activation using sucrose as the carbon precursor. The effects of KOH and NaOH activation parameters on the specific surface area, pore size distribution and electrochemical performance of the carbon spheres were investigated. Results indicate that the use of NaOH leads to the development of mesopores while the use of KOH is favorable to increase specific surface area and micropore volume. The pore size distribution of carbon spheres could be adjusted by varying the fraction of NaOH in the activation agent. A balanced capacitance and rate performance of the supercapacitor electrode in both 6 mol L−1 KOH aqueous electrolyte and 1 mol L−1 MeEt3NBF4/PC electrolyte is achieved when the carbonized product is activated at a mass ratio of NaOH+KOH/ carbonized product of 3∶1 with a NaOH/KOH mass ratio of 2∶1. As-prepared porous carbon delivers a capacitance of 235 F g-1 at 0.1 A g-1 and capacitance retention rate of 81.5% at 20 A g-1 in the 6 mol L−1 KOH aqueous electrolyte. In 1 mol L−1 MeEt3NBF4/PC, the cell based on the porous carbon delivers the highest energy and power output of 30.4 Wh kg−1 and 18.5 kW kg−1, respectively.
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