New high-capacity sodium-ion could replace lithium in rechargeable batteries

Lithium-ion batteries are the bane of electronics’ existence: expensive, resource-hogging, and energy intensive, they aren’t very sustainable in the long run. But sodium may be. At least, scientists at the University of Birmingham […] The post Can High-Capacity Sodium-Ion Compete With Rechargeable Lithium Batteries? appeared first on Geek.com.

New high-capacity sodium-ion could replace lithium in rechargeable batteries

University of Birmingham scientists are paving the way to swap the lithium in lithium-ion batteries with sodium, according to research published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

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Can High-Capacity Sodium-Ion Compete With Rechargeable Lithium Batteries?

Lithium-ion batteries are the bane of electronics’ existence: expensive, resource-hogging, and energy intensive, they aren’t very sustainable in the long run. But sodium may be. ...

Thu 13 Sep 18 from Geek.com

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