Scientists have created a paper battery, working on microbial fuel

Scientists have developed technology that turns a sheet of paper in the battery.

2017-01-04 10:30:57 61

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Scientists from Binghamton University in new York have developed a special battery, which works with fluid with bacteria. However, the battery consists mainly of paper. British researchers have developed a unique bio-battery that runs on liquid rich in bacteria colonies. When it is applied to a special chromatographic paper in microbes run the redox reactions that generate energy. One battery is hardly enough to charge electroavtomat, but energy will be enough to charge a mobile phone. According to the developers, the batteries can work up to several weeks and are especially useful in remote areas with limited resources.


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