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NASHVILLE – Researchers at Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, have designed an ultra-thin energy harvester made from nanosheets of black phosphorus which is capable of converting kinetic energy into usable electricity. The technology, which integrates components as thin as 1/5000th of a human hair, is operational at frequencies as little as 0.01 hertz (htz).

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