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Many stretchable supercapacitors have been reported based on hydrogel electrolytes. However, multiple stretchability has never been demonstrated because the hydrogel usually cannot fully recover after being heavily deformed (stretchable but not elastic). That is, most stretchable supercapacitors can only be stretched a few times, then they will die at the elongated state. Herein, we fabricated a highly reversibly stretchable all‐polymer supercapacitor using a developed double network hydrogel (DN hydrogel) as electrolyte and pure polypyrrole (PPy) as electrode. The DN hydrogel provides excellent mechanical properties, which can be stretched up to 500% many times and then almost 100% restore the original length. To fabricate the fully‐recove.
Biofuels Digest 08/22/2019 19:31
Money is often a challenge in any project, but especially for biofuels the financing for a project is key to its survival. ICF offers some perspectives on how carbon intensity based fuel standards present new opportunities and challenges for biofuel developers in the near term, how efficient producers are rewarded, how lenders see the California […]
Written by AZoM Aug 22 2019 Executive Polymer, LLC announces the launch of a new distribution company in Northborough, Massachusetts, which provides comprehensive polymer offerings to a range of North American end markets, including consumer goods, electronics, building and construction, automotive, aerospace, and energy ...
Chem. Sci. , 2019, Accepted Manuscript DOI : 10.1039/C9SC02128K, Edge Article. Open Access. This article is licensed under a. Ruidi Wang, Jiayu Li, Xiumei Li, Jin Guo, Junqiu Liu, Hongbin Li The giant muscle protein titin is the largest protein in the cell and responsible for the passive elasticity of muscles. Titin, made of hundreds of individually folded globular domains, is... The content of this RSS Feed © The Royal Society of Chemistry.

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