A sodium ion can be used to make a very thin electrode, according to a new study by researchers at the University of California, San Diego.

The new work demonstrates how the ion can provide a more conductive, high-strength electrode material.

A study published in the journal Advanced Materials describes how the research can be done with a low-cost solution made of a simple liquid electrolyte and the ion.

The researchers were inspired by the ability of lithium to make electrodes that are conductive at room temperature.

Liquid electrolytes like lithium-ion batteries can conduct electricity with the right amount of voltage, but the ions that they make also have a tendency to conduct electricity.

In addition, because lithium ions are relatively inexpensive, they can be manufactured in large quantities for low prices.

To get these electrodes, researchers have to make sure they are as conductive as possible.

In a simple example, they have to create a sodium ion with an extremely low resistance, and then add it to a lithium ion.

This sodium ion is able to resist electricity at room temperatures by virtue of its low resistance.

It also acts as a weak electrode by virtue it is electrically conductive.

These materials can also be used in a variety of other applications, including high-power sensors and electric motors.

The scientists used this sodium ion solution to make an electrode of nickel.

When the sodium ion was added to the nickel electrode, the nickel ions reacted with the sodium ions to form an electrode that had a relatively high conductivity.

However, when the researchers added a potassium ion to the solution, it had no effect.

This suggests that the potassium ion does not react with the ions to make the electrode conductive in this way.

In this case, the sodium-lithium mixture did not react in a way that allowed the sodium to conduct, and the sodium was able to be used as a conducting electrode.

“In general, a solution containing sodium ions is conductive,” said co-author Dr. Daniel H. Reusner.

“However, when we add potassium ions to a sodium-rich solution, we see that we can use this solution to conduct electrical signals without the ions being conductive.”

In the study, Reusnner and his colleagues at the Center for Electrochemical Engineering at the UC San Diego School of Engineering used a sodium salt solution made from a sodium chloride salt solution to perform their experiment.

They were able to make three different electrode configurations.

The first was a lithium-sodium salt solution that consisted of two sodium ions and a potassium-sulfur salt solution.

The second was a sodium sodium salt and a calcium chloride salt.

The third was a calcium sodium salt with the potassium ions removed.

The electrodes were placed on the ground, covered with a layer of silica gel.

The electrodes were cooled to about -130 degrees Celsius and exposed to a variety on the air.

At the end of each experiment, they were tested for the electrical conductivity of each electrode by measuring the electrical current.

Reusner and the other researchers said that the electrode materials they used did not differ much from each other, but their conductivity was lower than the electrode with the calcium ions.

However at room-temperature, the electrode that the researchers made with the high-resistance sodium salt could conduct electrical impulses at a voltage of about 20 millivolts per square centimeter.

The electrode with a slightly higher resistance could conduct impulses at about 5 millivols per square meter.

“We’re not saying that sodium salts can’t be used for this, but we’re saying that it’s not very efficient,” Reusler said.

The next step for the team was to increase the amount of sodium in the sodium salt to make it conductive even further.

In order to do this, they added a small amount of potassium chloride to the sodium salts solution.

As a result, they could increase the conductivity by nearly 100 percent, while keeping the conductive properties of the sodium.

Re-electrolyzing the sodium with potassium chloride is similar to re-electrifying a lithium battery.

But the researchers were able use this process to make more conductable sodium salts, and they were able do this with an inexpensive solution.

This is important because it opens up the possibility for making other materials that are much more conductivity-rich and therefore better conductive for other applications.

Reussner and Reusnbayer are now working on a method that would allow them to make another electrode material with sodium ions that can be added to electrodes made with lithium ions.

They are working on this now, but they have a prototype in mind for another electrode with potassium ions.

“This is a very exciting and exciting area,” said Reusnnar.

“The next steps for us are to build on this technology, and make a device that can conduct electrical activity, like a battery.

That’s a very