Nano Battery Developed By JEOL - New Product

Japanese company, JEOL, are claiming a world first with a small battery they say has twice the charge storage of a lead-acid battery and a similar capacity to nickel-hydrogen units.

The battery doesn't use chemical reactions and has electrodes made of nanoporous carbon. It can be fully charged for use in a mobile phone in under a minute and the performance of the battery doesn’t degrade over time. The battery is expected to be adopted for use in a wide range of applications from mobile phones to fuel cell vehicles.

Posted October 9th 2003

Date Added: Oct 9, 2003 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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