Very Fast Charging Batteries

Synthesis of Pseudocapacitive Porous Metal Oxide Nanoclusters Anchored on Graphene for Aqueous Energy Storage Devices with High Energy Density and Long Cycling Stability along with Ultrafast Charging Capability.
'a strategy to realize high-performance aqueous energy storages using porous Mn3O4 (p-MG) positive and porous Fe2O3 (p-FG) negative electrodes, where granular nanoclusters composing nanoparticles are produced on graphene through lithiation-induced conversion and the shortened ion diffusion lengths in p-MG and p-FG give fast charging rate and excellent cycle stability is reported.'
(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) >

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  • David Berghouse
    published this page in Climate News 2022-05-04 16:24:36 +1000