Doping Graphene with Boron to Make Wearable Supercapacitors
from The Engineer
A simple process for making flexible polymer supercapacitors could have implications for wearable electronics, according to researchers at Rice University in Texas. The process, which turns common polymers into graphene, may also have applications in catalysis and the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries and solar cells.
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