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DateDate: 19-05-2017, 06:45

Scientists from rice University have created a rechargeable lithium-metal battery, which is three times the capacity of a commercial lithium-ion batteries, allowing what has long puzzled researchers: the problem of dendrites.
The lithium battery is stored in a unique anode – seamless hybrid of graphene and carbon nanotubes. Material, first established at the exhibition of Rice in 2012, is essentially a three-dimensional carbon surface which provides a large area for accommodation of lithium. The anode is approaching the theoretical maximum for the storage of metallic lithium in the resistance of formation damage of dendrites or "mossy" deposits.
Dendrites tried to replace Li-ion battery advanced lithium batteries that have long service life and charge faster. Dendrites represent the lithium deposits that grow in the electrolyte of the battery. If they connect the anode and cathode and create a short circuit, the battery can fail, break or even explode.





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