Research reveals the ability of certain chemicals to be rearranged, making batteries cheaper, longer lasting and able to withstand more charging cycles
Batteries are an essential element of mobile devices and vehicles. However, current technology has not yet been able to prevent their loss of efficiency and progressive deterioration. A study by Japanese researcher Atsuo Yamada, from the University of Tokyo, with the collaboration of the Bordeaux Institute of Chemistry of Condensed Matter and of Marine Reynaud and Montse Casas-Cabanas, from the Spanish entity CIC energiGUNEa, has identified a capacity of certain elements that opens the door to batteries with more capacity, more efficient and more resistant to recharge cycles. This is what Casas-Cabanas describes as "atomic choreography".
Complete article in spanish: https://elpais.com/tecnologia/2019/06/21/actualidad/1561110182_043790.html
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