Inexpensive tin packs a big punch for the future of supercapacitors

A sustainable, powerful micro-supercapacitor may be on the horizon, thanks to new research. Until now, the high-capacity, fast-charging energy storage devices have been limited by the composition of their electrodes — the connections responsible for managing the flow of electrons during charging and dispensing energy. Now, researchers have developed a better material to improve connectivity while maintaining recyclability and low cost.
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