MIT Researchers Developing Lighter Batteries

MIT Researchers Developing Lighter Batteries

An MIT team is working on developing lighter batteries which could be used in electric cars, cell phones and computers.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 april 2010

Researchers at the MIT are working on a technology which could make batteries lighter while delivering a lot more energy. Lithium-oxygen batteries are similar to the conventional lithium-ion batteries used in portable electronic devices, but promise to be lighter as they would use lightweight carbon electrodes.

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