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Future Batteries for Gadgets Charging

As we all suffer from power consumption in our smart phones while smart phones are growing more advances. In all smart technology things we are suffering with limited power.

But now we need not to worry more about the limited power because we are on the edge of a power revolution. Now our gadgets will charge in seconds.

Now universities in the entire world are discovering to reduce the power problem in gadgets by advance batteries.

We will soon get advance batteries which will charge our phone in just 30 seconds.

There are some types of future batteries:

Lithium-air breathing batteries:

Lithium-air batteries will charge our phone using oxygen present in air. It will make phone and cars 5-times faster in charging than now. This discovery is made by Dallas University.
Lithium-air batteries will come in 5-10 years.

Bio Plant Charger:

This Bio Plant charger, charge your device with the power of photosynthesis. Bio is a plant pot. The pot uses organic material which reacts with water and organic matter from the plant. This generates a reaction that produces power to charge the gadgets.


Gold Nanowire Batteries:

Gold Nanowire batteries are made by gold wire in a gel electrolyte. They are 1k thinner than a human hair. Gel electrolyte is used to avoid the breakage problem. Gold Nanowire batteries never die.

Magnesium Batteries:

Magnesium batteries are in development. These batteries are made using magnesium. Their size will be small. The charging will be done with magnesium.

Solid state lithium-ion:

Solid state lithium-ion batteries are made with the use of sulfide superionic conductors. This battery operates on super capacitor levels to complete charge in 7 minutes. Solid state batteries are safer.

Fuel Cell for phones and drones

Now our phones will be charged with a cell called “Fuel Cell.”

In the future we only need to charge phones once in a week and drones can fly for over an hour with this cell. This Fuel cell is made by combining porous stainless steel with thin-film electrolyte and electrodes of minimal capacity.


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