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Flexible, Transparent Supercapacitors Are Latest Devices From USC Nanotube Lab


March 24, 2009

nanocapacitor A prototype high-performance device created at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering uses a novel architecture of carbon nanotubes and metal nanowires set in indium oxide films to temporarily store large amounts of electrical energy for release when needed. Full Story

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