Rechargeable batteries with nanowires last forever
by Harry Baggen @ elektormagazine.com:
Researchers at the University of California (USA) have developed a nanowire-based material that allow a rechargeable battery to be charged and discharged hundreds of thousands of times without any loss of capacity. This would virtually eliminate the need to replace a battery made from this material during the lifetime of the device it powers.
Rechargeable batteries with nanowires last forever – [Link]
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