Now There Is a Heat Battery Design

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have created a material for a chemical heat ‘battery’ that could release its energy on demand. The new phase-change material provides a way to store heat in a stable chemical form, then release it later, on demand, using light as a trigger. A good example…

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