Rechargeable Batteries Made From Waste Glass Bottles Store Four Times More Energy Than Conventional Ones




Researchers at the University of California, Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering are using waste glass bottles and a low-cost chemical process to create nanosilicon anodes for lithium-ion batteries that will extend the battery life of electric vehicles and personal electronics.
Source: University of California, Riverside
Read more: ucrtoday.ucr.edu & nature.com
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