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Supercapacitors Capacitance (CAP)

Supercapacitors capacitance is its ability to store electric charge, and is measured in farads (F). The larger the surface area of the two opposing electrodes, the greater the amount of electrical energy that can be stored (capacitance). The relative permittivity of the electrolyte also contributes significantly to capacitor performance. Formula 1 shows capacitance (C).

[Formula 1]
ε: Relative permittivity of electrolyte
δ: Distance from surface of electrodes to ion core
S: Surface area of electrode interface

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