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Redox flow batteries could power and cool future chips at the same time

Digital Trends Monday, 20 March 2017 ()
Redox flow batteries could power and cool future chips at the same timeGetting power to and cooling modern processors is no easy job, but having a technology that could do both could fix a lot of associated problems. IBM and ETH Zurich university's new development could well do that.
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