Electricity Gets a New High as Power Paper Revolutionizes Energy Storage

If you are prone to paper cuts then you should steer clear of the revolutionary power paper – The first of its kind to store energy. Swedish researchers at Linkoping University, Sweden have developed the power paper with the help of nano-cellulose and conductive polymer.

The power paper is created of simple materials and can be recharged within seconds. It is waterproof and does not involve any dangerous chemicals or heavy metals. It looks just like paper and feels a ...

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