New Carbon for Electrical Energy Storage
Added Apr 9, 2012 | Rate View top rated
Researchers in the Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering department at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a new, highly-conductive carbon material with the potential to increase energy storage capacity in supercapacitors. Potential applications include electric vehicles, remote devices, and replacing lead acid batteries.
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