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(Phys Org2)   Heterogeneous carbon hosts enable stable lithium-sulfur battery, doesn't care what the damn neighbors think because it's all LiS, anyway   (phys.org ) divider line
    More: Cool, carbon, lithium-ion battery, Advanced Materials, Tsinghua University, anodes, carbon nanotubes, cathodes, energy density  
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2014-07-30 04:31:42 PM  
www.communicategood.com
 
2014-07-30 06:42:15 PM  
Congratulations on the finding to the scientists involved, they'll probably need it to compete with ORNL's solid electrolyte design for LiS batteries.
 
2014-07-30 11:26:17 PM  
That's a hardcore nerdly headline, not bad subby.
 
2014-07-31 12:07:29 AM  
Great article. And what a good idea, to use the byproducts from refineries to create batteries.

The biggest obstacle I see is, the process described here will create lithium sulfides as a product. In air, lithium sulfide easily decomposes to release hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg odor). On the plus side, phones will be banned in movie theaters, restaurants, and airplanes.
 
2014-07-31 01:14:00 AM  
...or I can fart in my electric car and no one will notice.
 
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