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Introducing Next Alternative (TYN.F) Next Alternative Inc. at next-alternative.com

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

Next Alternative Inc. (TYN.F) is the next Generation of new green technology, specializing in alternative battery, fuel and electric motors. With offices in Phoenix USA and Ottawa Canada, we strive to bring to the world an alternative to fossil fuels and increased efficiencies in the world automotive arena.
Phoenix, AZ 17, August 2009 — Next Alternative [...]

Functional Battery Made With Virus/Nanotube Electrodes

Saturday, July 18th, 2009

By John Trimmer
In the latest bit of battery tech to come out of MIT, researchers have modified a virus so that it connects charges stored in standard lithium battery materials with a carbon nanotube electrode.
Researchers have developed a specific formulation of lithium-iron phosphate that allows lithium charges to rapidly move in and out of the [...]

Nanotube Technology Improves Rechargeable Lithium Batteries

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

Researchers at the Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, in China, have shown that nanotechnology can boost the life of rechargeable lithium battieries, by finding that a carbon nanotube anode coating can prevent such batteries from losing their charge capacity over time.
The research team has been examining how to improve the kind of rechargeable batteries [...]

CNT Battery Technology

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Carbon Nano Tube Battery the breakthrough technology is holding forth the promise of charging electronic gadgets in minutes, never having to replace a battery again, and dropping the cost of hybrid cars. Indeed, the technology has the potential to provide an energy storage device ten times more powerful than even the latest batteries in hybrid [...]

Carbon Nanotube Lengthens Battery Life

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

Carbon nanotubes tiny tubular structures composed of a single layer of carbon atoms lengthens the life of batteries, according to new research. Findings suggest that the diminutive tubes can hold twice the energy as graphite, the form of carbon currently used as an electrode in many rechargeable lithium batteries.
The reduction and oxidation reactions that [...]

Carbon Nanotube Battery Developed

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

Companies have been trying to figure out how to use carbon nanotubes in electronics. Batteries may be the answer, say researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The device is a piece of paper infused with carbon nanotubes and a salt, which serves as an electrolyte. Because it stores energy and conducts it, the device can act [...]

Carbon nanotubes for lithium ion batteries

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Lithium ion batteries have received considerable attention in applications, ranging from portable electronics to electric vehicles, due to their superior energy density over other rechargeable battery technologies. However, the societal demands for lighter, thinner, and higher capacity lithium ion batteries necessitate ongoing research for novel materials with improved properties over that of state-of-the-art. Such an [...]

Need for Nanotube Battery

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Need: There is a need for a new battery with low internal impedance and high capacity, as well as one that discharges over a long period of time relative to conventional batteries. The nanotube battery, according to this case, is such a battery, and may be applied to batteries as structures, sensors, sensor networks, remote [...]

CNT Battery Detailed Description

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
The present Active Carbon Nanofiber-based (CNT-Carbon Nanotube) electrical high performance battery comprises a cell trough filled with electrolyte, a spring coil locking onto said cell trough, an anode/cathode substrate plate installed within said cell trough with its separation membrane, and positive and negative terminals installed outside the cell cap connecting to said anode/cathode substrate [...]

Embodiment of CNT Battery

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

There are three possible embodiments as follows.
1. A Carbon-based Nanotube (CNT) battery comprises of a battery cell trough, electrolyte, a spring coil, an anode/cathode substrate plate and its separation membrane 40, and external positive and negative terminals. The anode substrate plate is composed of an aluminum plate and an active Carbon Nanofiber layer. Negative terminal [...]

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