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Batteries will runs for months.





rjraaz
The day is not far when mobile will not need to charge the battery again and again. Just once to charge the two will have time to three months. Scientists claim that the battery 100 times more efficient than existing battery will. The battery is being developed by scientists of University of Illinois. Instead of metal wires in the battery to be used Nanoatyobs. 10,000 times smaller in size than human hair Nanoatyobs will work to raise the age of the mobile battery.

According to Eric Pop of Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, those who have to deal with multiple chargers and batteries for them, this technique will prove effective. Mobile phone battery running on different experiments also reinforced the hope that one day the problem of charging will get rid forever and ever. Are being used by scientists show that, thermal and solar energy not only mobile, but including satellite telecommunications related equipment will also get a new life. It will help not only military applications but also remote locations will a new direction.
Bondings
I think what you meant are nanotubes and there has indeed been some research that shows up to 10 times more storage for lithium-ion batteries. However this (and similar) inventions still need a way to keep that amount in practice (it's usually a lot less to the point where it's usable and sold) and it needs to be easy enough to create since you won't spend a million dollars for a single battery. Both of these problems are actually causing most of these inventions to never see the light unfortunately. But one can still hope, of course. It would definitely be of a great use for cars running on electricity.
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
I think what you meant are nanotubes and there has indeed been some research that shows up to 10 times more storage for lithium-ion batteries. However this (and similar) inventions still need a way to keep that amount in practice (it's usually a lot less to the point where it's usable and sold) and it needs to be easy enough to create since you won't spend a million dollars for a single battery. Both of these problems are actually causing most of these inventions to never see the light unfortunately. But one can still hope, of course. It would definitely be of a great use for cars running on electricity.


Yes you are right that is really seems to be impractical as i already stated that scientist are performing experiments on this.
and we hope that they will get succes in there experiments.
loyal
I wouldn't be surprised though if they took advantage of this "super-battery" to make the device, whatever it is, even more battery-consuming so that in the end it lasts like a normal battery.
milkshake01
This would be a good idea. Hopefully, this isn't very expensive. Maybe Apple, Samsung and other phone makers should consider using these batteries.
zaxacongrejo
nano tubes
paper based hardware
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