We're trying to recreate nanoscopic hierarchical patterns found in nature, with different polymers (pmma, ps, etc). We have a budget for the purchase of equipment, and we need a quote including shipping and installation.
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Are there rechargable nano battery's that can be charged 30mv? I know that there is a switch that needs a certain amount of voltage to charge up a rechargable battery.I found an electric source that gives off 30mv. I believe this source would be able to power nano electronic devices. A carbon nanotube would be just small enough to capture and conduct this electric charge. Graphene may possibly be used as a conductor as well.Also , is it possible to charge a rechargable battery and then once that is fully charged have it charge another rechargable battery that is slightly larger and so on? I asked that last question because i would like to know if i could use this electricity on a larger scale. I don't want to give away the electric source unless i'm sure it would be confidential. If you absolutely need the electric source to answer my questions i guess i could disclose that information if you ask me.+6 Other Responses