NewsJanus graphene opens doors to sustainable sodium-ion
batteries

25th August 2021by admin0
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In the search for sustainable energy storage,
researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, present a
new concept to fabricate high-performance electrode materials for
sodium batteries. It is based on a novel type of graphene to store
one of the world’s most common and cheap metal ions—sodium. The
results show that the capacity can match today’s lithium-ion
batteries.

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