Batteries promise faster recharging
With the success of new and upcoming technology, it wasn’t long before scientists would discover a new way to make them improve current methods. This time with advanced batteries, which can power a phone up to 70% in just 2 minutes. Scientists from Nanyang Technological University expect the breakthrough to an impact on a range of industries, particularly for electric vehicles, which are inhibited by recharge times and the limited lifespan of batteries. The new battery, replaces graphite normally used for the anode in lithium-ion batteries with a new gel material made from titanium dioxide.
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