Saturday, 17 May 2014

Scientists use Silly Putty ingredient to improve batteries

If you see a group of scientists playing with a blob of Silly Putty, they might not be goofing off, they may be working on a technological breakthrough. That turned out to be the case with researchers at the University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering , who have developed a way to use an ingredient in Silly Putty to improve lithium-ion battery life between charges by three times the industry standard... Continue Reading Scientists use Silly Putty ingredient to improve batteries

Section: Electronics

Tags: Batteries, Lithium-ion, Nanotubes, University of California

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