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US News researchers from China are developing a super battery for e-cars that can be charged in a few minutes

10:30  21 october  2020
10:30  21 october  2020 Source:   businessinsider.de

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Researchers from Tianjin University announced on March 28 that they believe they had developed ultra high energy fluorinated carbon materials that can be integrated as critical Perhaps some day you can own a mobile device with a battery that can last for weeks before you need to re- charge it.

The researchers took a conventional electrode made from lithium iron phosphate and altered its surface structure so that ions were released and Owners of electric cars would be free to drive long distances, safe in the knowledge that they could top up their battery in a few minutes at a service

When it comes to e-cars and their disadvantages, the short range and long charging time of the batteries are quickly referred to. A research team from the University of Science and Technology of China claims to have found a solution to the problem based on new findings and is on the way to discovering the "holy grail" of battery technology, as the British site "The Independent" reports to .

The "holy grail" in this case is a special mixture of black phosphorus and graphite. According to the scientists, electric cars can travel up to 500 kilometers after a ten-minute charge.

The properties of black phosphorus had been known for a long time. This forms an atom-thick layer with channels the size of lithium ions, just like graphite, which has previously been used in electrodes in the common lithium-ion batteries in electric cars. However,

researchers from China are developing a super battery for e-cars that can be charged in a few minutes

 researchers from China are developing a super battery for e-cars that can be charged in a few minutes When it comes to e-cars and their disadvantages, the short range and long charging time of the batteries are quickly referred to. A research team from the University of Science and Technology of China claims to have found a solution to the problem based on new findings and is on the way to discovering the "holy grail" of battery technology, as the British site "The Independent" reports. The "holy grail" in this case is a special mixture of black phosphorus and graphite.

Earlier this year, the company’s researchers announced that their latest generation of batteries could be charged to 75 percent in just five minutes —without sacrificing energy StoreDot, an Israeli energy storage company, is developing an EV battery that they expect will charge in under 10 minutes .

Researchers in Singapore say their ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes . They also last ten times 'Electric cars will be able to increase their range dramatically, with just five minutes of charging , which is on par with the time needed to pump petrol

black phosphorus has more electrons, which in turn can react with more lithium ions and thus increase efficiency. So far, the substance could not be used due to chemical reactions on its surface.

Battery life also increased

The scientists have now created a mixture that is supposed to eliminate this problem. According to this, the mixture consists of 15 percent graphite. Most of the lithium storage is said to be exercised by the black phosphorus. The researchers also found that the special blend could significantly extend the life of the battery. After a ten-minute loading time, the material recovers 80 percent of its capacity, they say.

However, the technology still faces challenges. A commercial use is not yet likely because of the complicated and expensive production. However, the progress shows that the way to the super battery is open.

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