New electrochemistry technology could lead to huge improvements in batteries

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The new lithium-ion battery technology charges faster, lasts longer and outputs more power than current lithium-ion batteries.

A University of Alberta research team may have made a breakthrough that will ultimately lead to dramatic improvements in the batteries that power everything from laptops and smartphones to medical devices and tools. The lithium-ion battery technology the team is currently developing charges faster, lasts longer and outputs more power than current lithium-ion batteries, according to lead researcher Xinwei Cui.

 

 

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