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Can someone interpret this into biker/hillbilly for me?

 

Supercapacitors turbocharged by laxatives.

 

Just looking at the title:

 

turbocharging is driven by exhaust, we know what laxatives do to exhaust, so this could be a rather potent combination. :D 

 

Is this something that amp modification will benefit from, or do you see it as cost prohibitive?

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The problem with high capacity storage is voltage. If they can store at voltages of 60V or more, then they'll get my attention.

 

The article is very pedantic, so I don't quite know what the hell he's talking about either. I think the gist is that these new electrolytics will decrease the layer size of the electrodes, since more surface area is more charge, the thinner the foil and dialetric can be without breaking down due to stresses such as heat, contamination, etc, the better.

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I was also hoping these would support at least 35 volts, just so that I could try them out in new projects. All I have seen are the ones for 1-3 volts. 

 

 

 Couldn't get the site to come up so that I read it. Sure it isn't some weird porn site?

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3 hours ago, Nahash5150 said:

The problem with high capacity storage is voltage. If they can store at voltages of 60V or more, then they'll get my attention.

 

The article is very pedantic, so I don't quite know what the hell he's talking about either. I think the gist is that these new electrolytics will decrease the layer size of the electrodes, since more surface area is more charge, the thinner the foil and dialetric can be without breaking down due to stresses such as heat, contamination, etc, the better.

Hey Ski when you find that person to translate would you also have him do the same on Greg's missive.  Saw the word dialetric and thought it dialectic and wondered how the hell we morphed into Marxism. 

 

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I'm wondering if this is surfactant technology allowing electrons to flow faster through lowered surface tension barriers of common electrolytes, Hmmmm...

 

Don't drink the electrolytes in capacitors, no really. 

 

Tonight on the way home, a big SUV clipped a utility pole, cut in two. There was a nice transformer on top, which was pouring liquid out like a pitcher. I got the hell out of there!

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4 minutes ago, Rod the Mod said:

Dude! You should have snagged a couple quarts. That shyte make great electrolytic capacitors!

Not exactly a controlled environment for collection...💀

 

I didn't want to be like these people in Tanzania that tried to collect fuel from a tanker that overturned and exploded killing 64.

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Wuss.

 

I have installed 3V supercapacitors in older tuners and receivers to retain station presets when the power is out.

The 'soap film' electrolyte is an interesting concept. Ultra thin electrolyte. Promising.

 

Phys.org is a news site and not a technical resource, but I do appreciate that they bring a lot of leading edge tech to view.

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Hey Kevin, that picture reminds me of a road trip we went on, just replace the motorcycles with cars.

 

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