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Thursday, 12 August 2010
We all know that badly made li-ion batteries are downright dangerous, as clearly, these batteries can explode and there were severe incidences that exploding li-ion batteries killed the user. Nevertheless, it also seems that researchers from Shanghai’s Fudan University have recently disclosed that they made progress in developing an aqueous li-ion battery, whereby they claimed that the newer battery is safer and better.

Generally, the aqueous li-ion battery will substitute the oxygen content inside the battery with water, whereby this will make the battery less flammable, and also cheaper to produce. Also, it seems that the latest invention is superb, whereby the batteries can hold 90 percent of the charge, after a thousand cycles of recharging, as compared to only 50 percent holding the charge, after a hundred cycles.

However, researchers are still finding ways to extend the capacity of the battery, something that they are confident to achieve in the near future.

Researchers Making Progress with Better, Safer Li-ion Batteries

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