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New 3D Battery: Recharge you laptop, mobile phone in 1 minute

A team of scientists at University of Illinois has invented a new type of battery which can cut down charging time.

Professor Paul Braun and his team has made this historic invention based on Nano technology and the details has been made available at 20 March, 2011, issue of the Nature Nanotechnology journal.

The new battery can charge an electric car in five minutes, a laptop in two minutes, and mobile phone less than a minute.

The battery will wrap a thin film int a three-dimensional structure which will increase surface area and increase the energy storage capacity as compared to conventional re-charging batteries.

The battery will last for the same length of time as a traditional battery, but charging time will be reduced by 10 to 100 times, the paper said.

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