Researchers at Germany’s Technical University Munich came up with a supercapacitor prototype pairing graphene with a metal-organic framework for the electrode. The technology, developed by an international research team, could serve as an alternative to nickel metal hydride batteries and lead-acid batteries, according to findings published in Advanced Materials.
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