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Reporting in the journal Nature Nanotechnology , the researchers described how they designed a lithium-metal anode in order to boost the energy storage density. The anode of a battery discharges electrons into the current cycle. In a regular lithium-
CD-adapco today announced the successful completion of its development project targeting the automotive and lithium ion battery industries, enabling faster design and development of advanced electric drive vehicle power systems.
an electrolyte to provide electrons, an anode to discharge those electrons, and a cathode to receive them. What we call lithium batteries today do not have lithium in the anode. An anode of pure lithium would be a huge boost to battery efficiency. "
All electric vehicles currently in production use some form of lithium-ion chemistry in their battery packs. Finding ways of improving that chemistry is therefore very important the aim being to make future electric car batteries cheaper, more stable
Dr. Carissa Deoquino , head of the University of the Philippines National Poison Management and Control Center, warned children may tend to push such batteries into their nostrils, or swallow the batteries. "Prolonged contact with the mucus membranes
Today's lithium-ion batteries may be too big for future electronics. A startup in California has developed paper-thin, flexible batteries that could be used in smart phones and other gadgets of the future. July 25, 2014 Size is everything in today's
A Japanese research group developed a rechargeable battery based on a new principle in cooperation with Nippon Shokubai Co Ltd. The group is led by Noritaka Mizuno, professor at the School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. The new battery uses
Jackery , provider of premium rechargeable battery products for mobile devices, announced today important capacity and color option updates to several of its industry-leading products including the Giant, Bar, and Mini.
Now, the flow-cell vehicle will make its road-going debut, as the car has been approved for real-world testing by the TUV, or Technischer Uberwachungsverein, Germany's road safety monitoring agency. The first thing most will notice about the Quant e-
So many companies claim to have developed the future of road car propulsion that those making genuine strides run the risk of being ignored. Luckily, German firm Quant is avoiding such a fate, as its innovative 'flow-cell'-powered vehicle has just