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Title: Modeling electrochemical double layer capacitor, from classical to fractional impedance
Authors: Martin, Rodolfo 
Quintana, Jose J. 
Ramos, Alejandro 
De La Nuez, Ignacio 
Keywords: Anomalous Diffusion
Mesoscale Region
Crone Control
Issue Date: 2008
Journal: Proceedings of the Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference - MELECON
Conference: IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference 
Abstract: The application of the fractional calculus for modeling electrochemical double layer capacitors is a novel way to get simpler and precise models. This paper provides a summarized report of several models of Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors (EDLC). From classical models based on simple structures composed by networks of passive elements (RLC), to models which involve the fractional behavior of EDLC. The fractional models are based on one hand by a function with fractional poles and zeros and for other one by electrochemical elements (Warburg, Bounded Warburg, Havriliak-Negami). On using the impedance spectroscopy method, experimental results for different EDLCs have been obtained. Coming to the conclusion that the fractional models are fitted better than the classical models.
ISBN: 9781424416332
ISSN: 2158-8481
DOI: 10.1109/MELCON.2008.4618411
Source: Proceedings of the Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference - MELECON (4618411), p. 61-66
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