A case for fractal electrodes in electrochemical applications
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- A case for fractal electrodes in electrochemical applications
- Park, Benjamin Y.; Zaouk, Rabih; Wang, Chunlei; Madou, Mark
- ALLOMETRIC SCALING LAWS; MICROELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS; C-MEMS; CARBON; PHOTORESIST; BIOLOGY; ORIGIN; FILMS
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- ELECTROCHEMICAL SOC INC
- JOURNAL OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY, v.154, no.2, pp.P1 - P5
- Fractal electrode designs are proposed for electrochemical devices. A zeroth-order approximation fractal model is analyzed and basic insights into the scaling laws of the electrical properties and the surface-to-area ratio are derived. Fractal electrodes can minimize internal resistance while maximizing surface-to-volume ratios. Recent carbon microelectromechanical systems (C-MEMS) techniques show great promise for use in the fabrication of fractal electrodes for electrochemical applications. Preliminary results showing carbon fractal electrodes fabricated using C-MEMS techniques are presented.
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