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Electrode Fabrication Process

Caption: Stanford scientists used a battery fabrication process to make novel silicon/hydrogel electrodes. Silicon nanoparticles were dispersed in a red hydrogel solution, forming a dark-green gel that was bladed onto a copper foil current collector and dried.

Credit: Yi Cui, Stanford University

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