Giving Batteries a Boost with Graphene and Tiny Holes
A startup spun out of Northwestern University, called SiNode Systems, is building a lithium-ion battery using a piece of graphene drilled with tiny holes. The unusual structure can boost the amount of energy that a battery's anode can hold by 10 times, and can also enable the battery to be charged much more swiftly than conventional lithium-ion batteries.
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