Aluminum “yolk” nanoparticles deliver high-capacity battery recipe

A new Researchers at MIT and Tsinghua University in China have found a way to more than triple the capacity of the anodes, or negative electrodes, of lithium-ion batteries while also extending their lifetime and potentially allowing for faster battery charging and discharging. The new electrode, which makes use of aluminum/titanium "yolk-and-shell" nanoparticles, is reportedly simple to manufacture and is especially promising for high-power applications. .. Continue Reading Aluminum "yolk" nanoparticles deliver high-capacity battery recipe Section: Electronics Tags: Related Articles: