Monday, 2 June 2014

Nanotechnology can turn your jacket into a battery



There are definitely clothes and wires which will transmit electricity, but would not it be if they might hold on to it as well? Researchers at the University of Central florida certainly assume therefore, since they've simply developed technology that lets wires and threads store energy. Their approach sheathes the wire in nano-sized whiskers that, once treated, become electrodes; the sheath effectively becomes a supercapacitor that preserves energy without hurting electrical transmissions.

Although the method is presently handy for gadgets which need some kind of cabling, like appliances and computers, it may additionally apply to cloth and alternative materials; your jacket may turn into a battery that keeps your phone charged without any significant bulk. Any commercial uses are still distant prospects, but there may well be a time wherever you do not want external power packs to create it through an extended day.

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