Surrey University finds simple route to Li-Se batteries

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Engineers at the University of Surrey have developed a simple method of producing high-powered lithium-selenium (Li-Se) batteries. Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are considered the best hope for next-generation battery technology, thanks to their long-life cycle, high specific power and energy density. However, they have not met the ever-increasing demands of emerging technologies such as electric …

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