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Submission + - Sand-Based Anode Triples Lithium-Ion Battery Performance (gizmag.com)

Zothecula writes: Conventional lithium-ion batteries rely on anodes made of graphite, but it is widely believed that the performance of this material has reached its zenith, prompting researchers to look at possible replacements. Much of the focus has been on nanoscale silicon, but it remains difficult to produce in large quantities and usually degrades quickly. Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have overcome these problems by developing a lithium-ion battery anode using sand.
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Sand-Based Anode Triples Lithium-Ion Battery Performance

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