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Impregnation is a cost-effective and scalable method for the non-covalent addition of different compounds on the surface of suitable substrates. For supercapacitors, it provides an alternative strategy for attaining higher energy densities by combining high surface area carbon electrodes with surface species adding a pseudocapacitive contribution. In this work, we study the performance of activated carbon electrodes impregnated with para-benzoquinone (p-BQ). It is observed that immobilized p-BQdoi:10.5796/electrochemistry.81.853 fatcat:ezbhz2t4xbcgrdrlbpmtqcf55m