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Shiitake Mushrooms as a carbon scaffolding for Super Capacitor Electrodes

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- O.K., Please note that this article is clearly talking about the Fungi material normally found in the humus rich layer of top soil !!! NOT The Mushrooms Fruiting Bodies.

This is not a genetic manipulation scheme, this is providing the chemical building blocks that promotes the fungi to self assembly of a stable carbon rich scaffolding

with a micropore size that creates immense surface area and performs as the electrode in a new form of Super Capacitor

When I was growing up we talked about powerful capacitors measuring their electrical power in micro-ƒarads.

Now it seems we are measuring potential performance in 100s of ƒarads

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This information was placed on Paul Stamets Blog site, which should remove any question of Probity ! For the good of the crafts ! Big AL
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