New Hard-Carbon Anode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries Will Solve the Lithium Conundrum

New sodium-storing electrode material for rechargeable batteries with unprecedented energy density
The higher capacity of this new hard carbon electrode material means that a 19% increase in energy density by weight is possible in sodium-ion batteries compared with lithium-ion batteries | Image courtesy: Shinichi Komaba from Tokyo University of Science
New sodium-storing electrode material for rechargeable batteries with unprecedented energy density
Lithium ion batteries are well-known for their capacity, stability, price, and charging time, but as lithium is not easily available, replacing them with batteries made of alternative sustainable materials is the need of the hour | Photo courtesy: Unsplash

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Tokyo University of Science (TUS) is one of the most well-known, respected, and the largest science-specialized private research universities in Japan.