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The polyaniline (PANI) electrodes are prepared by chemical synthesis and electrodeposition methods and their supercapacitive properties are characterized and compared by morphology observation, cyclic voltammetry as a function of scan rate, and impedance spectra analysis. In particular, the supercapacitive properties obtained in the range of higher potential scan rates (e.g., over 200 mV s −1 ) are emphasized to be capable of utilizing adequately the high power capability of supercapacitor. Asdoi:10.5229/jecst.2012.3.2.80 fatcat:f2c57wgq7fb3nlbgqkk33tnsza