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Researchers from the US technology developer Nanotek Instruments and its subsidiary Angstron Materials published in the American Chemical Society’s Nano Letters journal in August a paper describing a “fundamentally new strategy” for the design of high-power and high energy-density devices. As the paper’s abstract relates, the approach described is based on It’s time to log … Continued

Researchers from the US technology developer Nanotek Instruments and its subsidiary Angstron Materials published in the American Chemical Society’s Nano Letters journal in August a paper describing a “fundamentally new strategy” for the design of high-power and high energy-density devices.

As the paper’s abstract relates, the approach described is based on

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