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Consumer Electronics, Technology, Battery, Elizabeth Montalbano

- May 20, 2020

Organic Proton Battery can be Charged in Seconds

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

Waiting for a battery to charge once it’s depleted is still a big hassle for mobile-device users, especially in these days when smartphones have become a ubiquitous part of everyday life.

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Waiting for a battery to charge once it’s depleted is still a big hassle for mobile-device users, especially in these days when smartphones have become a ubiquitous part of everyday life.

Researchers at Uppsala University have developed an all-organic proton battery that could solve this problem by charging in a matter of seconds.

Battery advancement replies on many aspects, researchers make sure the battery will conduct a safe and reliable life. One way they do this is with an environmental test chamber. Batteries are put into test chambers to go through charging cycles while also being exposed to different temperatures they'll face in everyday life.

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