mPhase Technologies Discusses ''Honeycomb'' Nanostructure Design at Battery Industry Conference
Speaking at the Advancements in Battery Technology & Power Management Conference in Chicago, Alex Langa, the company's director of Business Development, reported that a "honeycomb" membrane design is helping to reduce the processing steps required to manufacture the battery. The honeycomb membrane separates the electrolyte from coming into contact with the electrodes until power is needed. This property enhances a key feature of the device to immediately begin the electrochemical process of producing power on demand.
The device relies on the principles of microfluidics and electro-wetting to keep the battery in an inactive state for a very long shelf life, while retaining the properties of reaching full voltage potential when called upon to produce current. In its February 2006 edition, the prestigious and authoritative Scientific American Magazine featured the nanobattery in a four-page feature article, "Miniaturized Power."
About mPhase Technologies, Inc.
mPhase Technologies Inc. (OTC: XDSL) develops and commercializes next-generation telecommunications and nanotechnology solutions, delivering novel systems to the marketplace that advance functionality and reduce costs. The company, awarded the 2005 Frost & Sullivan Excellence in Technology Award and the Nano 50 Award from NASA Nanotech Briefs, is bringing nanotechnology out of the laboratory and into the market with a planned innovative long life power cell. Additionally, the company is working on prototype ultra-sensitive magnetometers that promise up to a 1,000-fold increase in sensitivity as compared with available uncooled sensors. More information is available at the mPhase Web site at www.mPhaseTech.com.
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