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Kataky, R., Hadden, J.H.L., Coleman, K.S., Ntola, C.N.M., Chowdhury, M., Duckworth, A.R., Dobson, B.P., Campos, R., Pyner, S. & Shenton F. (2015). Graphene oxide nanocapsules within silanized hydrogels suitable for electrochemical pseudocapacitors. Chemical Communications 51(51): 10345-10348.

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Soft biocompatible gels comprised of rolled up graphene oxide nanocapsules within the pores of silanized hydrogels may be used as electrochemical pseudocapacitors with physiological glucose or KOH as a reducing agent, affording a material suitable for devices requiring pulses with characteristic time less than a second.