Vanadium oxide seems to be the go-to person in power storage space today. A new solid-oxide fuel cell– established at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences– that can even store energy like a battery, even uses the stuff. In the new cell, by including a VOx layer it permits the SOFC to both create and store power. Example applications would certainly be situations where a light in weight power source is required, with the potential to provide reserve juice should the main fuel source run out. The group who established the cell normally deal with platinum-based SOFCs, but they can’t save a cost for a lot even more than 15 seconds. By bring the VOx, this proof of principle extended that by 14 times, with the capacity for even more life expectancy with additional development. Specifically useful if you’re consistently running out of sugar.
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