Polymerization process for waste sulfur has benefits for batteries

04/16/2013 | DailyTech · Royal Society of Chemistry

Researchers from the University of Arizona have developed a method of converting waste sulfur into polymers through high-temperature liquefaction. The resulting polymer is light and durable, and can be used for structural applications and battery electrodes, the researchers say. Batteries using the polymer maintain a charge longer and can hold more energy than previous Li-S batteries.

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