What is difference between Specific capacitance and volumetric capacitance? and how to calculate it?

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Specific capacitance is the amount of energy which can be stored in the SupCap in ratio of the mass of the SupCap given by WattHour/Kg

Csp= I*t/m*V

I= operating current window;t=discharge time;m=mass of electrodes;V=operating potential window

Volumetric capacitance is the amount of energy which can be stored in the SupCap in ratio of the volume of the SupCap given by WattHour/litre.

Csp,v= 4*Csp/Vel

vel= volume of supercapacitor electrodes excluding volume of electrolyte and separator

olume of electrolyte

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