New batteries that are powered by water

Posted on Monday, Nov 13 2006 @ 02:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Last week a Japanese scientist presented new batteries powered by water:
Susumu Suzuki, the president of Tokyo-based building material maker TSC (Total System Conductor), has invented water-powered batteries, which have an electric current as powerful as that of a standard manganese dioxide battery.

Suzuki says these batteries would be cheap to produce and can be recycled several times, making them an essential tool for the future.


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