Lithium-sulfur batteries as a lithium-ion alternative

06/5/2013 | CNET

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed a sulfur-based solid-state battery that could potentially replace volatile lithium-ion batteries, Dara Kerr writes. "This game-changing shift from liquid to solid electrolytes eliminates the problem of sulfur dissolution and enables us to deliver on the promise of lithium-sulfur batteries," ORNL's Chengdu Liang said.

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