Sandia creates world’s smallest nanowire battery

Amplify’d from inhabitat.com

A team led by Sandia National Laboratories‘ researcher Jianyu Huang has succeeded in creating the world’s smallest battery at a research facility belonging to the Department of Energy. The battery is in fact so small that it was formed inside a transmission electron microscope and consists of a single nanowire (as the battery’s anode) which is one seven-thousandth the thickness of a human hair!

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