University of Cambridge Researchers have identified that batteries could be charged much faster than now with new compoung of materials.
A complex crystalline structure and found that lithium ions move through them at rates that far exceed those of typical electrode materials. Kent Griffith, a postdoctoral researcher in Cambridge’s Department of Chemistry told ” Many battery materials are based on the same two or three crystal structures, but these niobium tungsten oxides are fundamentally different”Read more ↓
Griffith added ” The oxygen pillars, or shear planes, make these materials more rigid than other battery compounds, plus their open structures means that more lithium ions can move through them, and far more quickly”
Professor Clare Grey said ” In high-rate applications…….Read More>>