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The Chemistry of Metal-Ion Batteries Liam Critchley
Li-ion batteries have become a staple component of modern technologies. Li-ion batteries are part of the metal-ion batteries classification. Metal-ion batteries are comprised of many different batteries, varying by chemical make-up and the electrochemical reactions performed within the battery.

The Chemistry Behind Thin Film Solar Cells Liam Critchley
The distinct types of thin film solar cells have different working principles based on their fundamental chemistry. All thin film solar cells work differently from conventional inorganic solar cells, and even though their efficiencies are not as high, they have other benefits.

The Chemistry Behind Inorganic Solar Cells Liam Critchley
Inorganic solar cells are the most common and efficient solar cells and rely on many different aspects of chemistry to function. Without chemistry, it would not be possible to create the internal current generation mechanisms that enable solar cells to harness sunlight, and here we explain how.

Tips and Tricks for Low-Power Embedded Design Mike Parks
Low-power design is crucial for battery-operated devices or devices that rely on energy harvesting technologies. Here, we address the big picture architecture-level questions and considerations in low-power embedded design.

Using 2D Materials in Photo-Harvesting Applications Liam Critchley
As society looks toward more ways of harvesting our natural environment, 2D materials offer a way to efficiently harvest solar rays into a usable output. 2D materials use light to create energy via advanced solar cells, producing hydrogen fuel and facilitating advanced cancer treatments.

Using 2D Materials to Create Water Energy-Harvesting Devices Liam Critchley
Designers can use 2D materials to develop different water-harvesting applications beyond the mainstream tidal and hydroelectric power harvesting process. These include harvesting energy from salinity gradients where water bodies meet and harvesting energy from rainfall and other water motions.

Power on the Railway Track CUI Inc
In the past, a power line was sufficient for lighting and a signal connection in railway technology. With the increasing demands for comfort, the development and selection of power supplies became more complicated. Read about DC/DC converters that meet the requirements of modern rail vehicles.

2D Materials in Triboelectric Nanogenerators (TENGs) Liam Critchley
The inherent thinness, active surface, and mechanical properties of 2D materials have the potential to create more efficient and longer-lasting TENG devices for powering small-scale electronics.

Power Integration for Renewable Energy Efficiency Adam Kimmel
Integrating renewable energy sources can reduce emissions, improve asset utilization, and add resiliency and reliability to energy production. But society will need multiple sources to deliver consistent, high-quality, cost-effective power.

Texas Instruments Wide Bandgap Solutions Texas Instruments
Wide bandgap (WBG) technologies, such as gallium nitride (GaN), play a crucial role in answering the demand for greater efficiency, performance, and reliability of high-voltage systems.

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