Researchers find energy storage 'solutions' in MetILs

Highly efficient 3V cathodes for rechargeable sodium-ion batteries have been developed by users from Argonne National Laboratory's Materials Science, Chemical Sciences & Engineering, and X-ray Sciences Divisions, as well as the University of Chicago, together with the Center for Nanoscale Materials NanoBio Interfaces Group. With a near-theoretical capacity of 250 mAh/g, excellent rate capability and cycle life, and high energy and power densities of 760 Wh/kg and 1200 W/kg, respectively, these bilayered V2O5 systems can be used in applications at ambient temperature.

Researchers find energy storage 'solutions' in MetILs

(PhysOrg.com) -- Sandia researchers have developed a new family of liquid salt electrolytes, known as MetILs, that could lead to batteries able to cost-effectively store three times more energy ...

Fri 17 Feb 12 from Phys.org

Researchers find energy storage 'solutions' in MetILs, Mon 20 Feb 12 from Labspaces.net

Sandia National Laboratories researchers find energy storage 'solutions' in MetILs, Fri 17 Feb 12 from Eurekalert

[AABC] Panasonic, GS Yuasa Speak of Stationary Storage Batteries

Panasonic Corp and GS Yuasa Corp made speeches on their stationary storage batteries for a session titled "Advanced Batteries for Stationary Applications" at LLIBTA, a conference that took place ...

Mon 13 Feb 12 from Tech-On

Nanostructured electrodes for rechargeable sodium-Ion batteries

Highly efficient 3V cathodes for rechargeable sodium-ion batteries have been developed by users from Argonne National Laboratory's Materials Science, Chemical Sciences & Engineering, and X-ray ...

Mon 13 Feb 12 from Phys.org

Nanostructured electrodes form basis for new sodium-ion batteries, Mon 13 Feb 12 from R&D Mag

Sandia researchers find energy storage solutions in MetILs

Sandia National Laboratories researchers have developed a new family of liquid salt electrolytes, known as MetILs, that could lead to batteries able to cost-effectively store three times more ...

Fri 17 Feb 12 from R&D Mag

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