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dc.description.abstractnewline In today s society, we stand before a change in energy paradigm. As our civilization grows and people seek to have the standard of living, with more developing countries working to reach the infrastructure of the developed countries, the development of technology that is compatible with the resources provided by nature is essential for the sustainable development. For the sustainable development there is a need to invent alternative fuels, new technologies and improvement in existing technologies. With growing environmental and global concerns much efforts have been concentrated on the development of alternative energy technologies. During the last few years we have seen an increasing interest in developing energy devices that are environmentally friendly, sustainable, renewable, cheap and efficient [1-4]. The three main electrochemical energy storage and transformation devices which are attracting current research interests are Supercapacitors, Batteries and Fuel cells. As they have been predicted to drastically ease the current global energy crisis and reduce man s dependence on fossil fuels for his main energy source [5]. Fuel cells (FC) are the most divergent out of these three electrochemical devices since they rely on the supply of a fuel like, methanol, hydrogen etc. and an oxidant in order to operate. The surface of fuel cell electrode consist an electro catalytic material, facilitating the charge transfer mechanism that in turn creates electricity [1]. Batteries rely on Faradaic reactions taking place in the electrode material itself for the charge storage mechanism [6, 7]. For primary batteries, the active material in the electrodes supply charges when a current is drawn and once this material is consumed, the battery is no longer operational. Secondary batteries are limited, ranging from 1000 to 10000 cycles for the new Lithium ion presented by Altair Nanotechnology [8]. The double layer supercapacitors store charges through an electrostatic charging of the electrochemical double layer and pseudocapacitors rely on pseudocapacitance for the charge storage. Both these types of supercapacitors do not require fuel in order to operate. Another unique feature of the supercapacitor compared to batteries is that a supercapacitor is able to deliver a relatively large amount of charges in a short time giving a high power density due to extended surface area provided by materials [5].
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dc.languageEnglish
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dc.title DEVELOPMENT OF METAL OXIDE BASED SUPERCAPACITOR AND DESIGNING OF MICROCONTROLLER EMBEDDED SYSTEM FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPERCAPACITOR
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dc.creator.researcherSangeeta M Jogade
dc.subject.keywordMETAL OXIDE BASED SUPERCAPACITOR AND DESIGNING OF MICROCONTROLLER EMBEDDED SYSTEM FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPERCAPACITOR
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dc.contributor.guideD. S. Sutrave
dc.publisher.placeSolapur
dc.publisher.universitySolapur University
dc.publisher.institutionDepartment of Electronics
dc.date.registered30-06-2010
dc.date.completed30-06-2017
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dc.source.universityUniversity
dc.type.degreePh.D.
Appears in Departments:Department of Electronics

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