Ambient Hydrolysis Deposition in Nanoporous Materials for Energy Storage

Summary

 

Technology Description

 

This technology allows nanoporous activated carbon to be uniformly and controllably coated with a transition metal oxide or metallic ceramic layer under ambient conditions. The deposition fits nanoporous materials much better than any known arts, including atomic layer deposition (ALD) with a much lower cost. Supercapacitors created using this patent pending technique demonstrated much higher power than uncoated carbon electrodes, especially at high cycling rates.

 

Applications

 

This technology could be applied to batteries, fuel cells, pseudocapacitors, catalysis, sensors, adsorption, separation and other applications

 

Patent Information:
Tech ID:
OSU-13-48
Contact:
David Dickson
IP & Licensing Manager
Oregon State University
541-737-3450
david.dickson@oregonstate.edu
Inventors:
Xiulei (David) Ji
Xingfeng Wang
Vadivukarasi Raju
Keywords:
Energy Storage
Materials Science
Nanotechnology
Physical Science
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