Atom-width materials hold vast energy-storage potential

09/27/2013 | CleanTechnica

Materials only an atom's width in thickness dubbed MXenes have been shown capable of storing large quantities of energy by accommodating ions and molecules between their layers. Discovered at Drexel University, the material could lead "to the development of lightweight, wearable batteries [including] obvious military applications for wearable energy storage," Tina Casey writes.

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