Lithium metal battery prototype boasts 3 times the capacity of lithium-ions

The high energy capacity of lithium-ion batteries has led to them powering everything from tiny mobile devices to huge trucks. But current lithium-ion battery technology is nearing its limits and the search is on for a better lithium battery. But one thing stands in the way: dendrites. If a new technology by Rice University scientists lives up to its potential, it could solve this problem and enable lithium-metal batteries that can hold three times the energy of lithium-ion ones... Continue Reading Lithium metal battery prototype boasts 3 times the capacity of lithium-ions Category: Electronics Tags: Batteries Graphene Lithium-ion Nanotubes Rice University Related Articles: "Rebar graphene" foam supports 3,000 times its own weight Lithium-ion batteries inspired by snail shells could prove longer-lasting Slipping silkworms a little

Lithium metal battery prototype boasts 3 times the capacity of lithium-ions

The high energy capacity of lithium-ion batteries has led to them powering everything from tiny mobile devices to huge trucks. But current lithium-ion battery technology is nearing its ...

Mon 22 May 17 from Gizmag

Graphene-nanotube hybrid boosts lithium metal batteries

Rice University scientists have created a rechargeable lithium metal battery with three times the capacity of commercial lithium-ion batteries by resolving something that has long stumped researchers: ...

Thu 18 May 17 from Phys.org

Graphene-nanotube hybrid boosts lithium metal batteries, Fri 19 May 17 from ScienceDaily

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Lithium Metal Batteries Improved by Using Hybrid Graphene Nanotubes as Anode

Researchers from the Rice University have developed a rechargeable lithium metal battery with a capacity that is three times that of commercial lithium-ion batteries. They achieved this by overcoming...

Fri 19 May 17 from AZoNano

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