A revolutionary technology discovery in the field of batteriesA revolutionary technology discovery in the field of batteries

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A revolutionary technology discovery in the field of batteries

Scientists have discovered a new technology that could revolutionize the field of batteries.

Scientists have discovered a technology to make solid batteries from lithium and sulfur that could be a better alternative to the current lithium-ion batteries used in our phones, cars and other electronic devices because they have a higher energy storage capacity.

These batteries can store more energy than conventional batteries. Which means that if this battery is used in an electric vehicle, its range will be doubled in one charge.

These batteries will be made from readily available materials, which will make them environmentally friendly and cost-effective.

Lithium and sulfur solid batteries had difficulties due to problems in the formation of sulfur cathodes. This material is not efficient at transferring electrons and can expand and contract as it charges, which means it runs the risk of being damaged and not working effectively.

Now scientists have created a new cathode material by forming a crystal with the help of sulfur and iodine. Iodine makes this material 100 billion times better at charge transfer than sulfur alone.

These crystals can easily melt at low temperatures (under a cup of hot coffee). This means that the crystal can melt after being charged and return to its original state after the charging process.

Doing so can help deal with the problem of electrode damage from the continuous charging process.

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