Carbon Batteries Vs Lithium-Ion Ones

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A new carbon battery for electric cars is now being worked out in Korea. It will charge within minutes, making it rather convenient for drivers to have their electric vehicles charged fast and move on. Its developers claim, the concept is simple: battery recharging employs a special chemical process, occuring on all energy-storage particles at once; in traditional batteries, only a fraction of the energy storage can be replenished at once, that’s why charging time grows linearly with capacity. If this battery is launched into commercial production, its cost will be twice lower in comparison with Li-ion ones.

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