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Graphene Nanocomposite For Better Batteries

Researchers use graphene and tin sandwich to make better battery electrodes and it's baked at 572 degrees Fahrenheit (300 degrees Celsius) the tin turns into nanopillars that widen the gap between the graphene layers. The greater volume of tin provided by these tiny towers improves electrode performance and the flexibility of the graphene prevents…
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