Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Eesha Khare developed a tiny device that charges cellphone batteries in 20 seconds

An Indian American (NRI) girl +Eesha Khare who is 18 this year has developed a tiny device called super-capacitor, which aides in charging cell phones batteries within 20 to 30 seconds. The so called super-capacitor also hold the charges for long, hence batteries do not die out early. This tiny device also increases the charge-recharge cycle of batteries from conventional 1000 times to remarkable 10,000 times.
For this great breakthrough Intel foundation awarded her Young scientist award for the year 2013.
Eesha Khare who is an Indian-American now lives in Saratoga, California. According to her the reason for developing this device was her daily problem she used to face when her cellphone battery used to die out. So, she started studying nano-chemistry and did a research on this subject for developing the device.
Till now the device has been tested for LED lights and other small devices using less charging, but it is very much hopeful that this device would work better in cellphones, and other high charge consuming devices.
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