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High Performance Li-ion Battery Electrodes with Hydrogel Matrix

A team of Stanford engineers have developed a stable, low-cost, silicon-based lithium-ion battery with high storage capacity through 5,000 cycles of charging and discharging. This battery uses silicon nanoparticles encapsulated with a conducting polymer h...
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Solution Processed Carbon Nanotube Network Films With Completely Tunable Properties

Stanford researchers have developed a method for separating nanotubes that conduct electricity from those that semiconduct electricity. The carbon nanotubes are fabricated at room temperature while controlling chirality, density and alignment. Test result...
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