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  • Sodium-potassium batteries

    Which could replace lithium ion batteries, with a low-cost, environmentally friendly footprint.

    Source: Tech Explorist

    Scientists developed some new carbon electrode materials based on an ice-templating system in a new study. These materials are called aerogels, where cellulose nanocrystals are formed into a porous structure using ice crystals that are grown and then sublimated.

    This leaves large channels that can carry the large sodium and potassium ions.

    These new sodium and potassium ion batteries outperformed other comparable systems when tested.

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  • #2
    Originally posted by lee_merrill View Post
    Which could replace lithium ion batteries, with a low-cost, environmentally friendly footprint.

    Source: Tech Explorist

    Scientists developed some new carbon electrode materials based on an ice-templating system in a new study. These materials are called aerogels, where cellulose nanocrystals are formed into a porous structure using ice crystals that are grown and then sublimated.

    This leaves large channels that can carry the large sodium and potassium ions.

    These new sodium and potassium ion batteries outperformed other comparable systems when tested.

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    © Copyright Original Source


    Pass the bananas?
    New technologies are being touted all the time. Some pan out, most don't.

    Best to take their claims with a grain of salt.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Stoic View Post

      New technologies are being touted all the time. Some pan out, most don't.

      Best to take their claims with a grain of salt.
      I see what you did there!
      The first to state his case seems right until another comes and cross-examines him.

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