There is a battery breakthrough that could charge your iPhone in five SECONDS.
It’s a Graphene-based supercapacitor that can charge and discharge thousand times faster than conventional batteries.
Researchers stated that prototypes of the charger can be produced using a standard DVD burner.
The battery that can charge a mobile phone or even a car in seconds.
Called micro-scale graphene-based supercapacitors, the devices can charge and discharge a hundred to a thousand times faster than standard batteries.
It’s made from a layer of carbon, only one-atom thick. It can be manufactured and integrated into your gadgets.
A battery than can charge super fast,
A quick charging miracle at last.
It’s made from Graphene,
Right on your machine.
It can make your device a real blast.
© 2013 Ronald J. Yarosh
Researchers have come up with a new kind of lithium-ion battery that can be painted on just about any surface.
That means no more thick, heavy batteries in electronic devices.
Could this be the answer to the current heavy, electric car batteries?
It can be painted on just about any surface? (I’ll let your imagination work on that fact.)
They can paint on a new kind of battery,
That’s one thing that I’d like really to see;
It’s not very thick,
Like one of those bricks,
It’s something we need wouldn’t you agree?
Researchers running around in white lab coats (you know what I mean) have developed a new way to store electricity. They’ve made a T-shirt which can act like a battery. It can be used to charge all your power hungry devices.
Finally, something without the disclosure, “Batteries not included.”
Would you buy it with a charge card?
If they did it with Bermudas would you have a short circuit?
Is it washable? If so, would you get a shock touching it when it’s wet?
If you sweat too much, or get caught in the rain, will you get electrocuted?
I hope you don’t charge the shirt by putting your finger into a socket.
Charge things with your new shirt?
I guess it’s okay if it works;
No batteries needed,
The shirt’s newly treated,
I guess next they’ll try it on skirts.