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Graphene Help Design Solar-Powered Supercapacitors

 electronic devicesWith innumerable possibilities being found of graphene, the latest can be ground-breaking too. Now, a team of engineers from the University of Glasgow have developed layers of graphene and polyurethane to create a flexible supercapacitor.

The new supercapacitor is known to generate power from the sun and store excess energy for later use.

This new kind of energy storage could be used for future flexible electronics such as solar-powered prosthetics.

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