Kryssia Pamela Diaz-Orellana

Microflowers	 by Kryssia Pamela Diaz-Orellana As new applications emerge for portable power, there is a growing need for systems that can rapidly store and release large amounts of energy; the rate at which charge can be delivered represents one of the main challenges in energy storage. In our lab, to overcome this issue, we design an arrangement of conducting polymer microstructures which can be used to make energy storage devices that charge faster and store more energy compared to commonly used carbon materials. The Microflowers illustrates an arrangement of these microstructures on stainless steel mesh substrates which was captured using scanning electron microscopy.
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