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RE: New electrolyte puts sodium batteries on the horizon

in StemSocial6 months ago

Nice one.

Sodium is more abundant that lithium but the major set back is that its less reactive than lithium.

However, I think that hydrogen ion (H+) will be a perfect replacement to lithium. This is because hydrogen ion is more reactive than lithium and at the same time, its abundant in water and other compounds.

Or what do you think about the Hydrogen ion?

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Actually hydrogen is used in fuel cells, which is a different technology from batteries that use metal ions, I believe that hydrogen fuel cells have a lot of potential and is currently seeking to improve the safety of these and to obtain hydrogen from renewable sources.

That's great. Many thanks for the feedback!