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Lithium-ion battery is fast-charged in minutes
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17 August 2012
On 17 August 2012 Physorg.com reported:
A lithium-ion battery that can charge 120 times faster than normal is reportedly the work of scientists from South Korea at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST). The scientists lay claim to a technology that enables a recharge 30 to 120 times faster than conventional li-ion batteries, according to the Korean news agency, Yonhap. The scientists in South Korea believe their process will cut the time down to a matter of minutes-tackling head-on a key issue with rechargeable batteries, the time they take to recharge. Their method makes use of cathode material, standard lithium manganese oxide (LMO), soaked in a solution containing graphite.
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