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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Tiny batteries with nanopores charge in 12 minutes

A new battery type, made with nanopores, could store more energy in a smaller space and improve battery technology.

Highlights:
  1. They are 80,000 times thinner than a human hair. I wonder if they could be made flexible.
  2. One billion nanoholes could fit on a postage stamp. 
  3. Recharges thousands of times. (Not likely, current batteries don't even do that.)
  4. It could take 3-5 years to commercialize this product. 
  5. These batteries have the potential to triple a cell phone's battery life and give electric vehicles a 300-mile driving range. 
  6. It took two decades to bring the initial lithium-ion battery to the market.

Source
National Geographic, 2014.
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