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Copper(II) tungsten oxide nanopowder is used for supercapacitor applications. Nano-sized CuWO4 thin films have been fabricated by radio-frequency (R.F.) sputtering deposition, and are used as positive electrode with both LiClO4 liquid electrolyte and LiPON solid electrolyte in rechargeable lithium batteries. Thin films of copper tungstate is used for nitric oxide sensing.
Kozicki, M.N.; Gopalan, C.; Balakrishnan, M.; Mitkova, M. A Low-Power Nonvolatile Switching Element Based on Copper-Tungsten Oxide Solid Electrolyte. Nanotechnology, IEEE Transactions on. 2006, 5 (5), 535-544..
Chi-Lin Li.; Zheng-Wen Fu. Nano-sized copper tungstate thin films as positive electrodes for rechargeable Li batteries. Electrochimica Acta. 2008, 53 (12), 4293-4301.
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