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December 16th, 2004

mPhase Technologies Optimizes its Nanobattery Design

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mPhase Technologies, Inc. today reported that discussions with potential users of its novel nano-structured materials-based battery, now under development, are confirming high interest in sensor applications, validating recent research studies by several organizations.

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