lundi 13 février 2017

Stanford researchers pioneer world's first affordable urea battery

  Stanford researchers have come up with a battery that could revolutionize renewable energy storage, that’s made with an affordable, natural and readily available material found in mammal urine and fertilizers. The battery, developed by Stanford chemistry professor Honjie Dai and doctoral candidate Michael Angell, uses an electrolyte made from urea – a material already produced in mass industrial quantities for use in plan fertilizers. Non-flammable and made with electrodes...

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