NewsScientists simplify lithium-sulfur battery production to
meet future energy storage needs

10th October 2019by admin0
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Singapore scientists from NanoBio Lab (NBL) of A*STAR
have developed a novel approach to prepare next-generation
lithium-sulfur cathodes, which simplifies the typically
time-consuming and complicated process for producing them. This
represents a promising step towards the commercialization of
lithium-sulfur batteries, and addresses industry’s need for a
practical approach towards scaling up the production of new
materials that improve battery performance.

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