Science Daily (Sandy Hook, CT: 15.1 million unique monthly visits)
June 15, 2016
Today’s mobile lifestyle depends on rechargeable lithium batteries. But to take these storage devices to the next level — to shore up the electric grid or for widespread use in vehicles, for example — they need a big boost in capacity. To get lithium batteries up to snuff for more ambitious applications, researchers report in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces a new solution that involves low-cost, renewable loofah sponges.
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