Researchers develop nanotubes to reduce battery costs

According to a report on Nanotechnology Now's website, these nanotubes can be up to 10000 times thinner than a human hair. This technology could replace platinum as a catalyst in batteries, which is a major long-term goal in developing affordable ...

Researchers develop nanotubes to reduce battery costs

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