Global Technology – February 2019

Lithium-air batteries, which currently are still in the experimental stages of development, are already expected to be ten times more energy efficient than lithium-ion batteries, and they are much lighter. That said, lithium-air batteries could be even more efficient and provide more charge with the incorporation of advanced catalysts made from two-dimensional materials.

Catalysts help increase the rate of chemical reactions inside batteries and depending on the type of material from which the catalyst is made, they can help s.....

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