A new type of battery has been developed to generate electric power from helium.

By harnessing the force of electrons, the new battery could have the potential to power a variety of products including electric cars, airplanes, drones and other vehicles.

The research was conducted by scientists at the University of New South Wales in Australia and at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

It was published in Nature Energy.

The researchers believe the new method could eventually be used in electric vehicles.

They also suggest it could be used to produce solar energy and could potentially reduce energy demand.

The new battery uses two electrodes made of carbon nanotubes, each made up of a single layer of oxygen atoms and carbon dioxide atoms.

One electrode is connected to a lithium-ion battery, the other to an electrolyte.

They use a liquid electrolyte, which is a water-based electrolyte with a carbon-oxygen electrode sandwiched between two layers of carbon.

The electrolyte acts as an oxidizer, converting the carbon dioxide into hydrogen.

When the hydrogen is in solution, it condenses into a liquid, which becomes a gas and is used as a propellant.

When this gas is mixed with the oxygen in the electrolyte and oxidizes it, the resulting gas is released as an electrical current.

This can then be used for power generation.

The battery also has the ability to store energy, so it could help in an emergency situation when the electricity supply is disrupted.

The energy storage could be stored for long periods of time, as a form of energy storage.

“It’s the most energy efficient battery ever developed,” said senior author Professor Peter Klimas, a professor of physics at the university.

“In the future it could replace a lot of fossil fuels and replace coal.”

The researchers describe their new battery in a paper in Nature Communications.

The paper was authored by a team led by Professor Klima and Professor Daniela Zavarini of the University’s School of Physics and Astronomy, along with other colleagues.

The team is using helium as the fuel.

They first created the electrolytes using a technique called chemical vapor deposition (CVD), in which helium is poured into a metal plate to form a liquid.

Then they heated the solution to 500 degrees Celsius, then added a lithium electrode onto the plate, and the battery was born.

“There are some interesting properties to the battery,” Professor Klamas said.

“For example, the cathode material has the potential of being used for a battery that stores electricity for long time.”

When the electrolysis process is finished, the researchers used a technique known as supercritical liquid electrolysis (SCEL), which creates a molten metal.

When cooled to room temperature, the liquid forms a layer of carbon dioxide molecules, which then condense into a gas.

The resulting gas can then become an electrical charge, and when the current is applied, electrons are released from the electrolytic process and can be used as an electrolytic electrode.

The oxygen atoms can be separated, and they can then combine with the hydrogen atoms to form an electric charge.

Professor Kliwals team says they’ve also been able to generate a hydrogen-oxy-carbon composite, which could be a useful component in a battery.

Professor Zavaria has previously shown that he could convert hydrogen into oxygen using this process.

The scientists also believe their new method can be scaled up to create a lithium battery that could last a thousand years.

“Our lithium battery could potentially replace coal-based energy sources, which would lead to an energy transition that would have huge implications for the world,” said Professor Zivarini.

“The world currently uses around a third of the world’s energy and a quarter of the global greenhouse gas emissions.”

The research team is currently working on a new type a battery made of nickel- and nickel-manganese-rich metal oxides.

They are also working on another new type.

They hope to have a commercial product by 2021.