Leading microfludics and nanotechnology development company mPhase
Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has published an article in the
prestigious technical peer review newsletter, Applied Physics Letters, that
describes the underlying scientific proprieties of its revolutionary Smart NanoBattery
it is developing with the unique capability to sustain a much longer shelf life
than conventional batteries used today. The article entitled, "Superhydrophobic
Membranes with Electrically Controllable Permeability and Their Application
to 'Smart' Microbatteries," was published in the July 29, 2008, issue of
the newsletter. The article describes the physics of how long shelf life storage
can be achieved with the Smart NanoBattery design and how the battery can be
selectively activated to control when it goes on.
To view the article please visit -- http://scitation.aip.org/getabs/servlet/GetabsServlet?prog=normal&id=APPLAB000093000004043112000001&idtype=cvips&gifs=yes
Said AlwaysReady CEO Fred Allen, "We are very excited to have our technical
work published in a highly regarded periodical such as Applied Physics and are
excited on the technical progress we continue to make since the article was
submitted for peer review."
In a conventional battery, power dissipation begins the day they are manufactured,
and the batteries discharge or die prior to use. mPhase/AlwaysReady's Smart
NanoBattery is the only battery available today that has virtually infinite
shelf life. This unique feature positions the Smart NanoBattery as a tremendous
benefit to the future of military and commercial applications.