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Default Capacitors with 2x capacity & MTBF made,6213.html

"Our team has developed nanocomposites that have a remarkable combination of high dielectric constant and high dielectric breakdown strength," - Joseph W. Perry, professor at Georgia Tech School of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics. "For capacitors and related applications, the amount of energy you can store in a material is related to those two factors."

That seems pretty sweet if under further testing and stress they are found to hold up. More for less, for our electronic use.
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