Clemson University researchers report developing a triboelectric nanogenerator with 3D printed graphene, generating power through the motion of two materials. An improved version of the device is able to produce 3,000 volts of electricity, sufficient to power an LCD monitor.
Team uses 3D printed graphene for clean power generation
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