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Times Of India

WASHINGTON: Researchers have proposed that new batteries that store energies in air, water or a combination of both could replace the traditional lithium-ion batteries.

Christopher Johnson, a chemist at the Argonne National Laboratory’s research facility outside of Chicago, said that very light-weight batteries with designs like never seen before could dominate the industries in future.



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