Shao-Horn publishes in Journal of Physical Chemistry

February 16, 2017

"Scientists and producers usually face a problem to elaborate batteries of new types: lighter but at the same time more powerful and with higher energy storage capacity. One of the possible ways to do that is to replace modern lithium-ion batteries by so called lithium-air batteries. Such batteries would be able to accumulate five times more power than usual lithium-ion ones. One area, where they could make revolution, is electric cars, which now use lithium-ion batteries." - EurekAlert

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