1. Next-Gen High-Energy-Density Batteries Moving Closer — Uniform Antimony Nanocrystals Produced For First Time

    Next-Gen High-Energy-Density Batteries Moving Closer — Uniform Antimony Nanocrystals Produced For First Time

    Uniform antimony nanocrystals — capable of storing a great quantity of both lithium and sodium ions — have been created for the first time by researchers at ETH Zurich and Empa.  Such uniform nanocrystals could be of great use in the creation of potential super-high-density batteries thanks to the previously mentioned storage abilities, and a number of other notable qualities.

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