Thursday, May 19, 2022

supercapacitor

Upcycling PET plastic waste into a nanomaterial for supercapacitors

The breakthrough could reduce plastic pollution and hasten the transition to 100% clean energy.

A tiny microsupercapacitor (MSC) ideal for wearable devices

UNIST scientists have developed a tiny microsupercapacitor (MSC) that can be directly integrated with an electronic chip. As small as the width of a...

New flexible supercapacitor allows electric vehicles to be charged in 10 minutes

Supercapacitors are entirely new material. Unlike conventional capacitors, they can be charged almost instantly and, if necessary, discharge a huge amount of energy, making...

New Graphene-based supercapacitor will provide energy in defense applications

Efforts are being made to look for economical and more effective options for storing electrical energy. Indian researchers are now developing an cost effective...

Technique developed to produce graphene from discarded dry cell batteries

A group of researchers at Nagpur-based Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology have developed a new technique which promises to help produce high-value graphene from...

Squishy Super-capacitor Bathed in Green Tea to Power Wearable Devices

Gren tea is more than just a trendy way to lose weight. It is healthier than drinking soda or sugar filled juices. There are...

New Kind Of Supercapacitor Made Without Carbon

Scientists from MIT have developed new supercapacitor that does not use carbon. It could potentially produce more power than existing versions of this technology. Generally,...

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