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This battery will self-destruct in 30 minutes

The battery can power a desktop calculator for approximately 15 minutes, but also dissolves within about ...

Ordinarily, electronic devices are made to last a long(ish) time. That isn't the case, however, when it comes to "transient Electronics." These are designed to degrade in the presence of environmental triggers such as heat, light or moisture, once they've served their purpose. Now, scientists at Iowa State University have created a battery for such devices, that falls apart along with them when exposed to water.

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Category: Electronics

  • Batteries
  • Transient Electronics
  • Iowa State University
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