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Hydrogel-Silicon Battery Electrode

Caption: This is an illustration of a new battery electrode made from a composite of hydrogel and silicon nanoparticles (Si NP). Each Si NP is encapsulated in a conductive polymer surface coating and connected to a three-dimensional hydrogel framework.

Credit: Yi Cui, Stanford University

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