The Economist searches for the perfect vehicle battery
One such essay has just appeared in The Economist, a somewhat opinionated but respected British weekly, under the title, "In search of the perfect battery." In their quarterly report on technology, the Economist breaks down, in language even I can understand, how a modern lithium cell works (and why some explode). The history of li-ion is discussed as well as the state of the present quest for the holy battery grail. I recommend you give it a read so you, too, can know your anodes from your potatoes.
[Source: The Economist]
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