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Knowing when small is better

A battery fabricated within a ceramic nanopore can be used for studying nanoscale electrochemical effects.

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Figure 1: Comparison between the all-in-one nanopore battery and a colloidally templated nanostructured battery.

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Braun, P., Nuzzo, R. Knowing when small is better. Nature Nanotech 9, 962–963 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nnano.2014.263

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