Science and technology are advancing faster and faster, which is a great benefit to many. On this occasion, American specialists at Drexel University, Philadelphia, created a high-conductivity electrode that would allow rapid charging of mobile devices.
According to published by Globovision, the material that was used for this project, is the MXene, which simulates to be a supercapacitor, which is loaded and unloaded quickly. This material has a structure that allows loading in less time, at a lower cost.
In addition to an element used to experiment with batteries, MXene is also used in applications such as water purifiers.