Turning a housebrick into a supercapacitor: Page 2 of 2

August 12, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, US, have converted an ordinary housebrick into a supercapacitor to store charge as part of a building
Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, US, have converted an ordinary housebrick into a supercapacitor to store charge as part of a building
could be a reality when you connect our bricks with solar cells — this could take 50 bricks in close proximity to the load. These 50 bricks would enable powering emergency lighting for five hours.

“Advantageously, a brick wall serving as a supercapacitor can be recharged hundreds of thousands of times within an hour. If you connect a couple of bricks, microelectronics sensors would be easily powered,” he said.

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