Ionotronic technology that doesn't require liquid electrolytes

A team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts and Harvard University has developed a type of ionotronic technology that does not require liquid electrolytes. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes several ionic devices they built and possible uses for them. Dace Gao and Pooi See Lee with Nanyang Technological University have published a Perspective piece outlining the work by the team in the same journal issue.

Ionotronic technology that doesn't require liquid electrolytes

A team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts and Harvard University has developed a type of ionotronic technology that does not require liquid electrolytes. In their paper published ...

Fri 14 Feb 20 from Phys.org

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