National Renewable Energy Laboratory researchers report the crafting of a method to make a rechargeable nonaqueous magnesium-metal battery, which could someday replace the use of lithium-ion batteries. The team tested a prototype cell that allows the reversible chemistry of magnesium-metal within noncorrosive carbonate-based electrolytes.
Sign up for AIChE SmartBrief
News for chemical engineers
Get the intelligence you need: news and information that is changing your industry today, hand-curated by our professional editors from thousands of sources and delivered straight to your inbox.