Supercapacitor - The International NanoScience Community 2019-07-18T09:19:34Z http://www.nanopaprika.eu/forum/topics/supercapacitor?feed=yes&amp%3Bxn_auth=no Thank you so much sir... tag:www.nanopaprika.eu,2015-09-21:1612324:Comment:273040 2015-09-21T08:41:11.477Z karthikeyan http://www.nanopaprika.eu/profile/karthikeyan763 <p>Thank you so much sir...</p> <p>Thank you so much sir...</p> Specific capacitance is the a… tag:www.nanopaprika.eu,2015-09-20:1612324:Comment:273110 2015-09-20T18:10:27.293Z Chandan Abhishek Pandey http://www.nanopaprika.eu/profile/ChandanAbhishekPandey <p>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</p> <p>Csp= I*t/m*V</p> <p>I= operating current window;t=discharge time;m=mass of electrodes;V=operating potential window</p> <p>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.</p> <p>Csp,v= 4*Csp/Vel</p> <p>vel= volume of supercapacitor electrodes excluding volume…</p> <p>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</p> <p>Csp= I*t/m*V</p> <p>I= operating current window;t=discharge time;m=mass of electrodes;V=operating potential window</p> <p>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.</p> <p>Csp,v= 4*Csp/Vel</p> <p>vel= volume of supercapacitor electrodes excluding volume of electrolyte and separator</p> <p>olume of electrolyte</p>