A brand new material that will be used to make batteries will greatly increase the length of their life – to the general satisfaction of all of us.
The research team of the University of Michigan and Cornell produced materials called “magnetoelectric multifoire”.
The material is a thin polar film, which will enable the devices to operate on the principle of energy impacts instead of a constant flow of electricity. This will, in general, mean that much less power is needed to power the device than before.
With this battery, a standard mobile phone will need 100 times less energy, which means that the charging of the bathtub will only take place much less than before.
The new battery, unfortunately, will not be ready for commercial production before 2030, according to scientists.