Nanoimprint lithography is proposed as a highly versatile method for the production of nanostructured supercapacitors (micro-supercapacitors, MSC). Liquid sucrose- and lignin-precursor printing produces patterns with high quality and a line width down to 500 nm. The liquid-carbon-precursor NIL-printing approach enables nitrogen doping to achieve an increased supercapacitor performance for aqueous electrolytes (Li2SO4). The lines are interconverted into nanoporous carbon materials (d 1 nm) with high specific surface area (>1000 m2 g1) to form stable structures reaching specific resistivities as low as = 3.5 105 m and capacitances up to 7 F cm3.
Nanoscale – Royal Society of Chemistry
Published: May 21, 2018
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