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Self-discharge characteristics of an electric double-layer capacitor with polymer hydrogel electrolyte

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An electric double-layer capacitor (EDLC) was assembled with the polymer hydrogel electrolyte prepared from cross-linked potassium poly(acrylate) (PAAK) and KOH aqueous solution, and the self-discharge characteristics were investigated. The EDLC cell with the polymer hydrogel electrolyte showed lower voltage decay on open circuit than that with a KOH aqueous solution. Moreover, it was found that the leakage current of the EDLC cell was markedly suppressed by using the polymer hydrogel electrolyte. The suppression was enhanced with increasing PAAK content in the electrolyte. These results strongly suggest that the PAAK plays an important role in the suppression of self-discharge.


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