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DateDate: 13-09-2019, 05:54
 
 Personal non-property and property rights for the invention belong to the author and protected under current legislation.

 The idea is that the supports (pillars) that usually stand along the roads, have a square shape, and these parties have led the planes over the entire length, or partially, depending on need and functional use. This idea could work well at intersections of roads, where these signalnye supports may replace the traffic lights. They are quite the review will help understand how drivers and pedestrians to notice the signs of this support in the mode of the traffic light. They can also serve to illuminate the roadway. The present invention also has good prospects in the advertising business, as these led planes prop can be placed running line.
 This idea is open for investment or partner cooperation.
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DateDate: 13-09-2019, 05:49

It's no secret that despite its pretty good performance, absolutely all lithium-ion batteries have a certain degree of danger - however, given their performance, many people simply prefer not to pay attention to it. However, a talented team of chemical engineering specialists from the University of Houston in the USA decided to do their own thing and present something safer and no less productive in their alternative - because the scientists created a new type of organic cathode with a high degree of flexibility and adaptability to the interface with solid electrolyte - which generally increases the energy efficiency of such a battery.
Thus, scientists, in fact, managed to invent a sodium-ion battery, which has not only a higher degree of conductivity and charge capacity, but which also boasts a significantly higher degree of safety even with prolonged and intensive use. This is because a new organic cathode called PTO - pyrine-4,5,9,10-tetraone - offers truly unique opportunities for increasing energy efficiency, mainly due to a thinner layer of pressure against the resistive interface between the cathode and electrode.
Of course, this development, despite its high level of performance and safety, still can not fully compete with traditional lithium-ion batteries, because at first it must be compared with them in long-term power consumption. In addition, the development is distinguished by a rather controversial life cycle of the organic cathode itself.
In everything else, it becomes clear that such a sodium-ion battery can become the future of absolutely all types of electronics - moreover, subsequent modifications will probably be somehow connected with the need to increase the interface gasket between the cathode and electrode. Scientists are in no hurry to cover all aspects and details regarding the new battery, but now we can assume that they will soon please us again!