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Posted 11 January 2018 - 02:47 PM

AzoPMA, the new plastic-like polymer is capable of holding,
. . . 100 times as much thermal energy as water.
If further developed, at MIT,
. . . it could revolutionize solar energy,
. . . much as powerful traditional batteries,
. . . have transformed the:
. . . . . . smart phone, and
. . . . . . electric car, industries.

MIT professor Dr. Jeffrey Grossman said,
. . . “Thermal batteries today,
. . . are where electrical batteries were,
. . . a century ago,
. . . Imagine when go camping,
. . . you’d be charging the molecules while you are hiking,
. . . then you’d discharge them, to cook your dinner,
. . . or spread out in small pieces to melt snow after a storm,
. . . without the need for electricity."

1-11-2018 Source:  New thermal #battery

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