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+ - Sulfur Polymers Could Enable Long-Lasting, High-Capacity Batteries->

Submitted by MTorrice
MTorrice (2611475) writes "Lithium-sulfur batteries promise to store four to five times as much energy as today’s best lithium-ion batteries. But their short lifetimes have stood in the way of their commercialization. Now researchers demonstrate that a sulfur-based polymer could be the solution for lightweight, inexpensive batteries that store large amounts of energy. Battery electrodes made from the material have one of the highest energy-storage capacities ever reported"
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Sulfur Polymers Could Enable Long-Lasting, High-Capacity Batteries

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