Researchers at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia have used copper, polymers, nitrogen gas and lasers to produce "disordered graphene," which is believed to be more effective than the graphite anodes commonly used in lithium-ion batteries in capturing the sodium ions emitted by salt.
Saudi researchers show graphene can augment sodium-ion batteries
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