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Tiny liquid battery cools chips while powering them

engadget Monday, 20 March 2017 ()
Scientists from IBM and ETH Zurich university have built a tiny "flow" battery that has the dual benefit of supplying power to chips and cooling them at the same time. Even taking pumping into account, it produces enough energy to power a chip while...
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