Flat Batteries Could be a Thing of the Past

31 March 2022

Flat batteries could be a thing of the past thanks to lithium-ion battery nanotechnology developed by The University of Queensland

The technology more than doubles the lifespan of highly sought-after high-voltage Li-ion batteries, which achieve higher energy density but last only several hundred cycles.

Professor Lianzhou Wang and his team from the School of Chemical Engineering and Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) have demonstrated a battery which remains stable for more than 1000 charge/discharge cycles.

This latest research was published in Nature Communications.

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