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A spoonful of sugar opens a path to longer lasting lithium sulfur batteries

“In less than a decade, this technology could lead to vehicles including electric buses and trucks that can travel from Melbourne to Sydney without recharging"


Simply by adding sugar, researchers from the Monash Energy Institute have created a longer-lasting, lighter, more sustainable rival to the lithium-ion batteries that are essential for aviation, electric vehicles and submarines. The Monash team, assisted by CSIRO, report in Nature Communications ...


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Humboldt-fellow Dr. Preeti Bhauriyal: Designing conductive MOFs for long life Lithium-Sulfur batteries


Humboldt-fellow Dr. Preeti Bhauriyal from India works at the group of Theoretical Chemistry at TU Dresden in order to research metal and covalent organic frameworks (MOFs and COFs) for various applications. Her overall aim is to design conductive metal organic frameworks based cathode hosts for ...


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An unusual choice of material yields incredibly long-lasting batteries

Non-conductive silica could be key to realizing next-generation lithium-sulfur batteries


The tremendous increase in the use of mobile technology, wearable electronics, and a wide range of portable devices in general over the past few decades, has driven scientists worldwide to seek out the next breakthrough in rechargeable batteries. Lithium-sulfur batteries (LSBs)--composed of a ...


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Scientists develop high-performance lithium-sulfur batteries


Recently, research groups led by Prof. LIU Jian and Prof. WU Zhongshuai from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have developed Fe1-xS-decorated mesoporous carbon spheres as the nanoreactor, which can beapplied as lithium-sulfur battery cathode. The ...


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Supercharging tomorrow: World's most efficient lithium-sulfur battery


Imagine having access to a battery, which has the potential to power your phone for five continuous days, or enable an electric vehicle to drive more than 1000km without needing to "refuel". Monash University researchers are on the brink of commercialising the world's most efficient ...


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Stabilizing sulfur cathode by single Li-ion channel polymer binder


The growing demands on the high-performance energy-storage system for emerging technologies such as electric vehicles and artificial intelligence drive the development of high-performance batteries. As a promising candidate of next-generation batteries, Li-S batteries have been drawn much ...


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Nanoparticles in lithium-sulphur batteries detected with neutron experiment


An HZB team has for the first time precisely analysed how nanoparticles of lithium sulphide and sulphur precipitate onto battery electrodes during the course of the charging cycle. The results can help increase the service life of lithium-sulphur batteries. Lithium-sulphur batteries are regarded ...


Arkema invests in development of lithium-sulfur batteries


Arkema works alongside battery manufacturers, and contributes to optimizing battery performance thanks to its materials and innovative solutions. Arkema’s acquisition of a stake in Oxis Energy is consistent with this strategic ambition and this commitment to anticipating the technologies of ...


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A stabilizing influence enables lithium-sulfur battery evolution

Stable cathode and five-second fabrication technique could boost adoption of Li-S batteries


In late July of 2008 a British solar plane set an unofficial flight-endurance record by remaining aloft for more than three days straight. Lithium-sulfur batteries emerged as one of the great technological advances that enabled the flight -powering the plane overnight with efficiency unmatched by ...


A seaweed derivative could be just what lithium-sulfur batteries need


Lithium-sulfur batteries have great potential as a low-cost, high-energy, energy source for both vehicle and grid applications. However, they suffer from significant capacity fading. Now scientists from the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have made a ...


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