MIT Working on Nanotube Batteries, Could Be a Breakthrough

MIT
Working on Nanotube Batteries, Could Be a Breakthrough

    
      In the search for that holy grail, the everlasting battery, not much has been
accomplished over the 200 years since old man Volta rolled out the first crude
battery back in the dark ages. Now those whiz kids at MIT are using nanotube
structures to create new super batteries by using energy storage doodads called
ultracapacitors. These devices do their magic by storing electrical fields at
the atomic level. Bear in mind that ultracapacitors are nothing new, but what
is new is making them small enough to put into regular-sized batteries.
Best of all, the MIT researchers are saying these nanotube batteries can be made
using ordinary manufacturing methods. No word on how much more energy storage
capacity these whiz-bang batteries will have than the conventional ones we know
and love to hate. If these scientists can pull this off, standby world—you’re
about to be changed forever.
    有人要是有兴趣,可以看这个http://www.terradaily.com/reports/MIT_Researchers_Fired_Up_About_Battery_Alternative.html
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