We really need this break through to make the leap from fossil fuels to Electric. Of course, going electric is going to raise its own set of issues, but hopefully they are less damaging than fossil fuels are now
scientists at Berkeley Lab also devised a method of replacing sulfur with seaweed, which they claim will be able to give the batteries and even longer lifespan.
Does anyone know, what properties does seaweed have that make it a candidate for battery use? This is kind of fascinating to me
The SEM image revealed that morphology of red seaweed consists of 20–30% solid material (endofibre), which consists of small, regular and hollow fibre. These characteristics enable the pulp to absorb and retain the wettability of electrolyte and contribute high ion conductivity of battery.
This is exciting!!!
It is very cool, hopefully i will be around long enough to see it
Pardon my French, but that is ■■■■■■■ awesome!! Here’s To The Future
Cheap power tech…if it comes through it would be amazing.
sounds fine but I don’t want to be near an
exploding battery splattering sulfuric acid.
That’s great, but wait until they come out with black hole energy generators. Obviously not meant for cars or mobile things but IIRC one as big as a mountain (like mt everest) can power the earth…
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