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Hybrid supercapacitor-battery materials for fast electrochemical charge storage.

Bibliographic reference Vlad, Alexandru ; Singh, N. ; Rolland, Julien ; Melinte, Sorin ; Ajayan, P.M. ; et. al. Hybrid supercapacitor-battery materials for fast electrochemical charge storage.. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 4, p. 4315 (07/03/2014)
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