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    New Battery that last for days...new Invention by a Egyptian Students

    New Battery Invention see link below:


    http://www.jawal123.com/PublicPages/...477&lang=en-us
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    more now please.
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    Think this guy could be the Ron Hubbard of batteries.
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    There was a college girl who invented similar technology a few months ago, her one looks like a small disc and could also be charged with motion.... there was rumours companies were going to buy her idea.
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    Yeah,,,hope someone create a battery that also recharge thru Solar... I mean a real good recharge........ not the one we put in our garden...then i can vape while fishing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    more now please.


    Here ya go


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    If this is for real imagine the possible applications...computer components, cars, solar energy, even space stations would benefit. Watching this tech with interest.
    We've come along way since the Baghdad Batteries.



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    oh nice, hopefully smaller size, damn it would be nice to have 18350 size for 18650 performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tugboatofdeath View Post
    oh nice, hopefully smaller size, damn it would be nice to have 18350 size for 18650 performance.
    that charged in 1 minute :P...
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    Yeh, Graphene.... WATCH THIS SPACE!

    This stuff is awesome. I did quite a bit of reading on this a while ago. The guys who discovered it (and won the Nobel Prize for doing so) did it by taking a piece of graphite (similar to what you would find in your pencil) and then used scotch tape to systematically remove layer after layer of the material until they were left with a layer of graphite which was only a few atoms thick.

    The beauty of this graphene is that it has (nearly) the lowest resistance of any conductive material out there. This is due to the perfect crystaline structure where electrons are able to travel through it unimpeaded. So because of this property as well as the ultrathiness, a near perfect supercapacitor/battery can be created. It can charge super fast due to the low internal resistance, hence minimal power dissipation/maximum charging current and it's storage capacity would be huge relative to its size due to the massive surface area to thickness ratio.

    As I understand it, currently it's not that easy to create. As in there hasn't been a method that is both economical and efficient for mass production. When this problem is figured out, WATCH OUT!

    Apart from it's uses in energy storage, it will be used to create the new wave of semiconductors that are ultra low power, super fast etc etc. Also, due to it's structure it is the strongest material known to man. This material is AWESOME. I can't wait to see what other uses scientists will come up with.
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