Researchers are developing a new breed of lithium ion battery

08/11/2010 | Ars Technica

Researchers are developing a new breed of so-called aqueous lithium ion batteries that are said to be safer and cheaper than standard lithium ion cells. Aqueous lithium ion batteries, in which oxygen is taken out and water is added, have traditionally been plagued by poor performance, but the newer version is designed to offer greater capacity retention.

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