NewsSpontaneous formation of nanoscale hollow structures could
boost battery storage

9th June 2020by admin0
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An unexpected property of nanometer-scale antimony
crystals—the spontaneous formation of hollow structures—could help
give the next generation of lithium ion batteries higher energy
density without reducing battery lifetime. The reversibly hollowing
structures could allow lithium ion batteries to hold more energy
and therefore provide more power between charges.

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