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Get ready to discover the secrets of polymer electrolyte-based electric double-layer supercapacitors (EDLCs)! This paper unveils the atomic structure of the polymer electrolyte-electrode interface, providing a deeper understanding of the phenomenon that has puzzled researchers for years. With molecular dynamics simulations, the study reveals unique EDL structures and explains the lower capacitances observed in polymer electrolytes, offering exciting possibilities for more efficient, flexible, and wearable energy storage applications.

This research describes an important insight into the behavior of hydrogen bonding in atmospheric reactions of pyruvic acid in different environments (gas and aqueous phase).

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