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Silicon "sandwiches" make for lightweight, high-capacity batteries

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Silicon "sandwiches" make for lightweight, high-capacity batteries

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Kevin Johnson wrote: Thu Sep 03, 2020 9:17 am ...
I sure hope NASA has a handle on technology transfer.
https://www.clemson.edu/research/sponso ... ctions.pdf

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Like I have said in the past, once we have Super Capacitors as energy storage devices, it ain't gonna happen..

BUT we also have to figure out how to use them??

Think Sci-Fi here.

There is an old paperback story that goes like this.

They went into the future and came back with a shot down war-bird.

They tried taking it apart and did one bullet that blew half their science lab. up.

Anyway, the Russians stole the war-bird and later 500 square miles west of the Ural Mountains blew up.

All Super Capacitor powered!

He, He!!

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