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The Super Supercapacitors

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This has a lot of potential...

Source: [url="http://io9.com/5987086/meet-the-scientific-accident-that-could-change-the-world"]http://io9.com/5987086/meet-the-scientific-accident-that-could-change-the-world[/url]

[font=Georgia, serif][size=5]Last year, researchers at UCLA made a rather fantastic, if serendipitous, discovery. A team of scientists led by chemist [/size][/font][url="http://www.chem.ucla.edu/dept/Faculty/kaner/"]Richard Kaner[/url][font=Georgia, serif][size=5] had just finished devising an efficient method for producing high-quality sheets of the Nobel-prize winning supermaterial known as graphene
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Sounds like someone is catching up to Tesla's research, of 100 years ago.

He was able to light a room without bulbs at all. ;)

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http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1137642-making-supercapacitors-with-a-dvd-burner/
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Very cool, excited to see this in practice!

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Memristors would be cool too. Remember when those happened? Oh wait, they didn't :laugh: (Yes, I know ReRAM is due in 2015, supposedly.)

It'll take another five years or longer before any part of it shows up in CE, I'm guessing.

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