201st Meeting - Philadelphia, PA

May 12-17, 2002


D1 - Electrochemical Capacitor and Hybrid Power Sources

Battery/Energy Technology/Physical Electrochemistry/Capacitor Technology Committee of the Electrochemical Society of Japan/Korea Institute of Energy Research

Monday, May 13, 2002

Salon J, Level 5


Co-Chairs: R.J. Brodd and K. Naoi

10:15201 Dynamical Aspects of Electrochemical Capacitor Performance in Relation to Double-Layer and Pseudocapacitance - B.E. Conway and W.G. Pell (University of Ottawa)
11:00202 Cycling Characteristics and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Study of Carbon/Carbon Supercapacitor in Organic Electrolyte - P.-L. Taberna (Laboratoire d'Electrochimie Industrielle du CNAM), P. Simon (Univ. Paul Sabatier), and J.-F. Fauvarque (Laboratoire d'Electrochimie Industrielle du CNAM)
11:30203 Electrochemical Capacitor Cell Voltage Balance At Float-Voltage - J. Miller and S. Butler (JME, Inc.)

New Electrolytes and Materials

Co-Chairs: D.H. Doughty and M. Morita

1:30204 Proton Conducting Gel Electrolytes Based on Poly(ethylene oxide)-modified Polymethacrylate Doped with Inorganic Acids - M. Morita, J. Qiao, N. Yoshimoto, and M. Ishikawa (Yamaguchi University)
2:00205 PVdF-HFP Gel Electrolytes with an Asymmetric Ammonium Salt for Electric Double Layer Capacitors - M. Ishikawa, S. Tsumeda, M. Morita (Yamaguchi University), and Y. Ando (Meidensha Corporation)
2:30206 Development of Aqueous Polymeric Gel Electrolytes for Pseudocapacitors - H.-J. Kim and S.-G. Park (Chungbuk National University)
3:00207 Nanocarbon Electrodes for Symmetric and Hybrid Capacitors - D. Firsich (Inorganic Specialists, Inc.) and S. Lipka (Florida Atlantic University)
3:30 Thirty Minute Intermission -
4:00208 Polypyrrole-Polyimide Composite for Application in Solid State Li+ Ion Battery - K. Levine and J. Iroh (Univercity of Cincinnati)
4:30209 Activated Carbon and Poly(3-methylthiophene)-Based Hybrid Supercapacitor-Basic Studies - M. Mastragostino, F. Soavi, C. Arbizzani, and A. Balducci (Universita di Bologna)
5:00210 Performance of Obliquely Deposited Thin Films in Electrochemical Capactitors - J.N. Broughton and M.J. Brett (University of Alberta)
5:30211 Inorganic-Organic Hybridized Nano-Composites for Supercapacitors - K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology)

Tuesday, May 14, 2002

Electrochemical Capacitor and Hybrid Power Sources

Co-Chairs: J.H. Kim and G.G. Amatucci

8:00212 Iron Oxide Supercapacitors - N.-L. Wu, Y.-P. Lan, C.-Y. Han, S.-Y. Wang (National Taiwan University), D.-S. Wu, and L.-R. Shiue (Luxon Energy Devices Corporation)
8:30213 Development of Oxide Electrodes of Electrochemical Supercapacitors - Y. Takasu, W. Sugimoto, T. Ohnuma, M. Shimizu, H. Shibutani, and Y. Yamamoto (Shinshu University)
9:00214 Ultra Thin Nickel Electrodes for Hybrid Supercapacitors - M. Bursell, A. Lundblad, and P. Bjornbom (Royal Institute of Technology)
9:30215 Mesoporous Nickel/Nickel Oxide with Designed Structures for Supercapacitors - P. Nelson and J. Owen (University of Southampton)
10:00216 Molybdenum nitrides/Nafion Interface as a component of electrochemical capacitor - W.R. Lee, I.G. Koo, S.K. Lee, and W.M. Lee (Ajou University)
10:30217 Assymetric Electrochemical Capacitors - A. Beliakov (Elit, Co.)
11:00 Fifteen-Minute Intermission -

Electrochemical Capacitor and Hybrid Power Sources

Co-Chairs: C. Nanjundiah and M. Morita

1:30218 The Nonaqueous Asymmetric Hybrid Technology: Materials, Electrochemical Properties and Performance in Plastic Cells - G. Amatucci, F. Badway, J. Shelburne, A. DuPasquier, and S. Menocal (Telcordia Technologies)
2:00219 Use of Electrode-bonded Paper Separators in Non-aqueous Electric Double-layer Capacitors and Li-ion Batteries - A. Gozdz, I. Plitz, A. Du Pasquier, and J. Shelburne (Telcordia Technologies)
2:30220 Hybrid Capacitors Using Organic Electrolyte - T. Morimoto, M. Tsushima, G. Cha, and Y. Che (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd)
3:00221 A Hybrid Electrochemical Capacitor with Asymmetric Electrodes and Aqueous Electrolyte - J.H. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research), J.H. Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), C.S. Jin, and K.H. Shin (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
3:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission -
3:45222 The Modification of Amorphous Manganese Oxide Electrode for Electrochemical Pseudocapacitor - H.Y. Lee, H.S. Kim, and H.Y. Lee (Ness Capacitor Co., Ltd.)
4:15223 Preparation and Characterization of Manganese Dioxide for Electrochemical Supercapacitors - T. Brousse, M. Toupin, and D. Belanger (Universite du Quebec)
4:45224 Synthesis and Electrochemical Investigation of Manganese Oxide Electrode Fabricated by ESD Technique for Supercapacitor Application - K.-W. Nam and K.-B. Kim (Yonsei University)
5:15225 MnO2 as an Electrode Material for Elecrochemical Capacitors - R.R. Nagireddy and R.G. Reddy (The University of Alabama)

Franklin Hall, Level 4

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: C. Nanjundiah and M. Morita

o226 Synthesis and Characterization of High Surface Area Carbide Derived Carbon for Electrochemical Capacitors - A. Nikitin, Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and M. McNallan (University of Illinois at Chicago)
o227 Power Sources Using Polyaniline Doped with Nucleophilic Dopant as Electrode - K.S. Ryu, Y.G. Lee, X. Wu, Y.J. Park, Y.S. Hong, M.G. Kang, N.G. Park, K.M. Kim (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute), S.J. Lee (Smart Materials Technology Inc.), and S.H. Chang (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute)

Wednesday, May 15, 2002

Salon J, Level 5

Electrochemical Capacitor and Hybrid Power Sources

Co-Chairs: J.H. Kim and D.A. Scherson

8:00228 The Limitation of Energy Density for Battery/Double Layer Capacitor Hybrid Cell - J.P. Zheng (Florida A&M University and Florida State University)
8:30229 A Mathematical Model of Composite Electrode for Supercapacitors - K. Hansung and B. Popov (University of South Carolina)
9:00230 Performance Testing of Selected Commercial Ultracapacitors - R.B. Wright, D.K. Jamison, J.R. Belt (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory), and R.A. Sutula (US Department of Energy)
9:30231 Application of the PNGV Lumped Parameter Battery Model - J. Belt, C. Motloch, J. Christophersen, C. Ho (Idaho National Engineering Laboratory), V. Battaglia, I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Sutula (U. S. Department of Energy), and T. Miller (Ford Motor Company)
10:00232 Hybrid Supercapacitors - From Laboratory to Industrial Development - A. Laforgue (CNAM), P. Simon (Universite Paul Sabatier), J.-F. Fauvarque (CNAM), M. Conte (Italian National Agency for New Technology, Energy, and the Environment), J.-F. Sarrau, and P. Lailler (CEAC)
10:30233 Evaluation of CO_2 Emission on Supercapacitor System as Energy Storage Device for Hybrid Electric Vehicle - K. Okajima, T. Toya, and M. Sudoh (Shizuoka University)
11:00 Ten-Minute Intermission -

Electrochemical Capacitor and Hybrid Power Sources

Co-Chairs: G. Nagasubramanian and C. Nanjundiah

1:30234 Electrochemistry of Nano-Composites based on Carbon/pai-Stacked Supramolecules for Supercapacitors - S. Suematsu, Y. Nakajima, and K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
2:00235 In Situ Ru LII and LIII-edge X-ray Absorption Near Edge Stucture of Electrodeposited Ruthenium Dioxide Films - I. Stefan, Y. Mo, and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)
2:30236 Ruthenium Oxide Thin Film Electrodes With High Rate Capability For Supercapacitors Application - I.-H. Kim and K.-B. Kim (Yonsei University)
3:00237 The Proton Insertion in Hydrous Ruthenium Oxides - J.P. Zheng, X. Wang (Florida A&M University and Florida State University), Z.R. Ma, Y. Xin, and R.Q. Fu (The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory)
3:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission -
3:45238 AC Impedance Spectra of Activated Carbon at Charged States -Effect of Pore Size and Ion Size - Y.-H. Jung, S.-C. Park, E.-S. Kim, S.-M. Kim, and Y.-H. Kim (NESS Co. Ltd.)
4:15239 Tantalum Oxide-Ruthenium Oxide Hybrid Capacitors - T.Y. Chang, X. Wang, J.P. Zheng (Florida A&M University), D.A. Evans (Evans Capacitor Company), and S.L. Robinson (Air Force Research Lab)
4:45240 CVD Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes as Active Materials for Electrochemical Capacitors - R. Merritt and S. Lipka (Florida Atlantic University)

Thursday, May 16, 2002

Electrochemical Capacitor and Hybrid Power Sources

Co-Chairs: J.H. Kim and K. Naoi

8:30241 Energy and Power of Titanium Electrolytic Capacitors - D. McGervey and G. Welsch (Case Western Reserve University)
9:00242 Titanium Sponge Grown on Titanium Substrate - J. Ki, J. Chung, D. McGervey, and G. Welsch (Case Western Reserve University)
9:30243 Anodic Formation of TiO2 Dielectric Films - B. Chou, D. McGervey, U. Landau, and G. Welsch (Case Western Reserve University)
10:00244 Anodic TiO_2 Films Doped with Alkali-Earth Oxides - R. Jain, B. Chou, D. McGervey, R. Adelung, and G. Welsch (Case Western Reserve University)
10:30245 Characterization of Anodic Oxide Films on Titanium Formed by Transient Current/Voltage Application - T. Kalapos, U. Landau, and G. Welsch (Case Western Reserve University)
11:00 Concluding Remarks -