National University of Singapore researchers report development of an organic battery material with greater electrical conductivity and energy retention capability. To create the rechargeable battery material, the team used an organic compound with π-conjugated quinoxaline-based heteroaromatic molecules and mixed it with graphene and an ether-based electrolyte.
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