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RE: Phosphorus anode engineering brings us closer to high-speed lithium batteries

in Project HOPE8 months ago

Hi @emiliomoron

Each time the study of this type of technology advances, last year I read that the technology company IBM developed a new battery that does not use lithium or cobalt, according to them it is safer, more efficient and cheaper, which as you well know is what companies are always looking for, and it is lowering costs.

But the most important thing is to avoid contamination, although you do not know, it has been shown that these batteries tend to be very contaminating once their life of use is extended.


That's right my friend, there are many advances in battery technology. But as you say, the most important thing is to take into account the environmental problem, since lithium and other metals used in these applications are difficult to recover.