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- n. Plural form of nanoplate.
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The nanoplates measured about 50 nanometers thick - about a thousand times thinner than a human hair - and up to 2000 nanometers on a side.
When the researchers charged the nanoplates slowly over a day and then discharged them just as slowly, the LMP mini battery held a little more than 150 milliAmp hours per gram of material, higher than other researchers had been able to attain.
To test LMP, the team shook the nanoplates free from one another and added a conductive carbon backing, which serves as the positive electrode.
In the future, the team will change how they incorporate the carbon coating on the LMP nanoplates, which might improve their charge and discharge rates.
The nanoplates measured about 50 nanometers thick -- about a thousand times thinner than a human hair -- and up to 2000 nanometers on a side.
Graphene nanoplates are novel highly promising carbon-based nanofillers, said the review.