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  • How to Use Electrolyte Safely
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    How to Use Electrolyte Safely

    Electrolyte is a medium used by chemical batteries, electrolytic capacitors, etc., to provide ions for their normal operation. And make sure that the chemical reaction is reversible.

    2019-10-14
  • Application of carbon nanotubes in the new energy vehicles
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    Application of carbon nanotubes in the new energy vehicles

    From January 1, 2019, the Luoyang region, even the whole Henan region began to restrict motor vehicles for the whole year. The restrictions have been adjusted all the time. However, one thing remain...

    2019-10-14
  • A World of Carbon Nanotubes Under a Powerful Microscope
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    A World of Carbon Nanotubes Under a Powerful Microscope

    Carbon nanotubes is composed of a single layer of graphite coaxial winding into tube (single-walled Carbon nanotubes) or by single-walled Carbon nanotubes along concentric layers of structure and set of tubes (multi-walled Carbon nanotubes), its in one to tens of nanometers in diameter, and length is far greater than its diameter, it is a kind of one-dimensional nanomaterials, Carbon has many superior physical properties (mechanical, electrical, thermal and chemical properties.

    2019-10-14
  • Lithium Battery Material Cost Ratio
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    Lithium Battery Material Cost Ratio

    This paper introduces the main materials of lithium battery and their cost ratio.

    2019-10-14
  • Comparison Between Copper Electrode and Graphite Electrode
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    Comparison Between Copper Electrode and Graphite Electrode

    Both graphite and copper are electrically conductive and can be used as electrodes. what's the difference between them as electrodes? What are the advantages and disadvantages?

    2019-10-14
  • A Big Step in Electronics: 16-Bit Microprocessors Made from Carbon Nanocrystals?
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    A Big Step in Electronics: 16-Bit Microprocessors Made from Carbon Nanocrystals?

    For decades, advances in electronics have been driven by the shrinking size of silicon transistors. However, silicon transistors are becoming increasingly difficult to shrink, and the returns are now diminishing. Silicon's dominance in chips has long been predicted to be replaced by carbon nanotubes. Because they are smaller and more conductive than conventional transistors, they also support fast switching, and perform far better than conventional silicon in terms of energy consumption and performance.

    2019-10-14