Russian scientists have created a material for miniature batteries



The specialists of the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Spbpu) Peter the Great has developed the material from which it is possible to produce miniature batteries. This was reported TASS the press service of the University.

As explained in Spbpu, Russian scientists have created an energy source based on the lithium nikeeta. In order for the resulting material to have the required thickness, they used a special method of molecular layering substance.

“The scientists showed the efficiency and high capacity of this material at higher speed that can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the devices and reduce their size,” said the University. They added that such miniassembler can be used to power modern miniature electrical devices, such as sensors, biosensors and devices of the Internet of things.

The increase in the number of domestic developments and patents for inventions is provided by the national project “Science”, which should be implemented in Russia to 2024. Only its implementation is planned to more than 625 billion rubles. He also suggests the creation of 15 scientific and educational centers of the world level, commissioning research facilities class “magicians” and the formation of an integrated system of training scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel.

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