Highly Rechargeable and Efficient Lithium-Air Battery

Ref No: Gre-3148-15

Professor Clare Grey and her team at the Department of Chemistry have developed a novel technology for aprotic Lithium-Air (Li-Air) batteries. This ground-breaking technology uses a spongy graphene cathode and new chemistry based on the formation of LiOH. The resulting battery exhibits extremely low over-potential (<0.2 V), leading to efficiency greater than 90% and fewer side-reactions. The battery can be charged and recharged for more than 1000 cycles. The battery is also stable with respect to moisture.

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