Researchers create unusually conductive hydrogel

Stanford University - Hydrogen Fuel Cells Research

Stanford researchers develop printable gel-like material Stanford University researchers, led by Professor Zhenan Bao, have developed a new gel-like material that is electrically conductive and can be molded to nearly any surface using an inkjet printer. Researchers note that the material is easy to make and the process of its manufacture is not time consuming. The material has shown unprecedented electrical performance, leading researchers to believe that it could be a valuable component in alternative energy systems in the future. Hydrogel shows remarkable conductive properties The material is a conducting…

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