Nanotechnology Turning Your Cotton T-Shirt and Polyester Pants Into Batteries

January 21, 2010 by  
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Images via PhysOrg (Credit: American Chemical Society) and BBC (Credit: Nanoletters) Stanford University researchers aren’t stopping at paper when it comes to exploring how carbon nanotubes can be used to create thin, flexible batteries. They’ve moved on from paper and ink to cotton and polyester. Looking at combining carbon nanotubes and fabrics, the research team is bringing us closer to having wearabl…

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Nanotechnology Turning Your Cotton T-Shirt and Polyester Pants Into Batteries

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