Sodium-based battery alternative would be cheaper and safer than modern day, lithium device batteries

Lee Bell
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Researchers claim new material has conductivity one-tenth of today's batteries

Scientists have discovered structure of a sodium-based material that could enable the materials to be used as an electrolyte in solid-state batteries - one that is safer than conventional lithium-b...

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