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PVDF Incorporated with Carbon Nanotubes and Buckyballs Could Improve its Electricity Generating Properties

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Walter Voit, Ph.D., of the University of Texas at Dallas along with co-researchers has successfully incorporated carbon nanotubes and "buckyball" clusters in PVDF material to improve its electricity-generating properties. There is a strange characteristic of a plastic used in tubing and filters. Electricity can be generated during elongation or compression. Until now, this ability has been used only in a minor way, however, researchers are twisting plastic fibers to generate more electricity for a broad application range spanning from artificial muscles to green energy. more

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