Batteries Of The Future Could Be Made Of Bacteria

Scientists announced Wednesday they grown a rechargeable battery powered by bacteria.

The study used dual opposite forms of bacteria to first store electricity in the salt acetate, afterwards modify a acetate back into electricity. The scientists managed to successfully assign a battery over a 16-hour period, afterwards liberate it over a subsequent 8 hours and repeated this cycle 15 times over a two-week period. This successfully mimicked the day-night settlement standard for solar appetite production.

The scientists wish that, with serve refinement, a battery could help wind

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