Fed up with replacing your rechargeable batteries once or twice a year after they stop holding a reasonable charge? Wish you could recharge more quickly, so you didn't need to juggle quite so many batteries and chargers? If so, a research team at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University feels your pain, and they believe they have the answer.
The team, led by associate professor Chen Xiaodong of NTU's School of Materials Science and Engineering, are proposing a replacement for the anode of a typical lithium-ion battery…
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