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    Solar-Charged Nanotube Fuel May Replace Batteries - solar-thermal-energy-scaffolding-nsf

  • Ellen van der Molen

    MIT researchers are exploring a new technology which they call a thermopower wave, that may convert chemical energy to fuel cells for micro-machines, sensors and emergency communication beacons. The key components of these devices are tiny, molecular wires called carbon nanotubes, or CNTs, which when coated with fuel can conduct heat and create an energy wave in the process.

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