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American scientists of university “Vanderbilt” in the town of Nashville, Tennessee, have developed a fundamentally new technology for the manufacture of rechargeable batteries.
Te used supercapacitors, reports the newspaper.

Experts have designed a prototype power source, which resembles the structure of the wafer. There are electrodes of silicon that were processed electronically so that the surface to form nano – pores. Then they were covered with ultra-thin protective layer of carbon similar to graphene.

As trapped in a “sandwich” between the two electrodes is placed a layer of a polymer that serves as a reservoir for the ions. It performs the function of electrolytic paste in ordinary batteries. When the electrodes are pressed towards one another, the polymer, under the influence of temperature, filling the small pores, like the molten cheese in a sandwich. A very strong alloy during cooling of supercapacitors.

The interesting new technology is that as a supercapacitor can be used throughout the body of the smartphone, tablet, computer, vehicle chassis or the fuselage of the aircraft.

The new type of battery is charged in minutes instead of hours. They can perform millions of cycles of charging and discharging. In the most advanced batteries it only amounts to a few thousand.

The new technology allows to draw continuous current at incredible vibrations and accelerations of the order of 60G.

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