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Author Topic: new battery technology in the works, claiming 10x the density of li-ion  (Read 1330 times)

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Good find! Sounds promising.

More on the same topic:
http://insciences.org/article.php?article_id=5065

The oxygen, which will be drawn in through a surface of the battery exposed to air, reacts within the pores of the carbon to discharge the battery. “Not only is this part of the process free, the carbon component is much cheaper than current technology,” says Bruce. He estimates that it will be at least five years before the STAIR cell is commercially available.

 The research team is also working towards making a STAIR cell prototype suited, in the first instance, for small applications, such as mobile phones or MP3 players.

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