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The short battery life of modern mobile devices is one of the few disadvantages of these functional gadgets. The majority of users would love to have their smartphones and tablets, which can provide longer run time per charge. The main problem facing modern batteries is that the generation of electricity is removed and a large amount of heat that remains unused by them.

It is this loss is why they offer such a limited time to work with our device and is subject to many research scientists in recent decades. Now a team of researchers at Stanford University have developed a new technology that allows the unused heat is transformed into electricity. Their system is based on a principle which is known by the  effect and states that the battery voltage depends on temperature.

Discharged battery is heated with waste heat, and when the temperature increases enough to apply it proper voltage. Once the charge cycle is closed it cools, and because effect finally it ensures more power than was used to load in. The extra capacity is created precisely by waste heat, as this whole process is carried out at a temperature that is less than 100 degrees when it normally starts to lose.

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