Electronics & Computers

mPhase to Explore the Use of Special Materials

March 8, 2012

The company will investigate the printing its Smart Nano Battery using graphene and other advanced materials.

LITTLE FALLS, NJ /Marketwire/ -- mPhase Technologies Inc. said that it is exploring the printing of its Smart NanoBattery with graphene and other advanced new materials.

Graphene has been touted as the "miracle material" of the 21st Century and is believed to be the strongest material ever measured while maintaining flexibility. It has also been described as the most conductive material known to man, making it plausible as a vast improvement over silicon, possibly leading to thinner, faster, cheaper, more flexible devices, including power sources.

In 2010, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov for groundbreaking experiments regarding Graphene.

For more information on graphene, visit the BBC Web site.

About mPhase Technologies
mPhase Technologies Inc. is introducing a revolutionary Smart Surface technology, enabled by breakthroughs in nanotechnology, MEMS processing, and microfluidics. Its Smart Surface technology has potential applications within drug delivery systems, lab-on-a-chip analytic systems, self-cleaning systems, liquid and chemical sensor systems, and filtration systems. mPhase has pioneered its first Smart Surface–enabled product, the mPhase Smart NanoBattery.

In addition to the Smart Surface technology, mPhase recently introduced its first product, the mPower Emergency Illuminator, an award-winning product designed by Porsche Design Studio and sold via the mPower Web site.

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