A paper that can store electricity

paper that can store electricity
Scientists in Sweden have developed what they call "power paper" a thin, paper-like material with a remarkable capacity to store energy.

Just one sheet of the material measuring 15 centimeters in diameter and less than 0.5 millimeter thick can store 1 farad of electrical capacitance, which is about the same as many super capacitors used in electric devices today.

The material, which is made from nanocellulose and a conductive polymer, can be used then recharged, lasting for hundreds of charge cycles. And best of all, it only takes a few seconds to power up again.
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