Posted by: energyblogwalter | June 12, 2006

Super Battery: Capacitors Article

Science regarding utilizing nanotubes to make a capacitor soak up more energy and become a defacto battery at a workable capacity for today's electronics. This would not likely require H2SO4 (sulfuric acid) and would be able to be charged in seconds.


  1. Normally anything that is going to take 10 years I don’t concentrate my time on too much, so why is this post different?

    from the article we get “””Schindall’s groups expects their prototype to be finished in the next few months, and they hope to see them on the market in less than five years.”””

    This would fit the Peak Oil timeframe okay.

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