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John Chmiola holds an electrochemical capacitor's electrode.

Doctoral student John Chmiola holds an electrochemical capacitor's electrode produced from titanium carbide-derived carbon (TiC-CDC).

Credit: John Chmiola, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University


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Electrochemical capacitor electrodes from titanium carbide-derived carbon (TiC-CDC)

Electrochemical capacitor electrodes from titanium carbide-derived carbon (TiC-CDC).

Credit: John Chmiola, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University


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Doctoral student John Chmiola assembling an electrochemical capacitor test cell.

Doctoral student John Chmiola assembling an electrochemical capacitor test cell.

Credit: John Chmiola, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University


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John Chmiola displays an electrochemical capacitor test cell in a home-built dry box.

Doctoral student John Chmiola displays an electrochemical capacitor test cell in a home-built dry box.

Credit: John Chmiola, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University


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