Nanotechnology dipping deep inside Batteries!

According to a latest research, carbon nanotubes have turned out to be a suitable solution to bring next-generation of technologies such as lithium ion batteries and fuel cells to marketplace.

Carbon nanotubes are replacing silicon in the production of solar cells in order to improve their efficiency.

What do you think about it?

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Hi Preeti, I totally comply with what you said. I, myself have been working with Carbon nanotubes for two years now. Nanotubes, Graphene etc. certainly can be seen as big game changers. I'm using them to construct highly efficient and sensitive biosensors and bio-fuel cells. A lot had been done and a lot need to be done with them as a starting material.


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