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Graphene At Play In New 300-Mile EV Battery

A research team from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has a 300-mile electric vehicle battery range in its sights, thanks to a unique combination of different electrochemical technologies including a new material called sulfur-graphene oxide (S-GO). CleanTechnica is one of the world’s leading fans of graphene so naturally we are most interested in (ok, so totally excited by) that. So, here goes.
Graphene To The Rescue

S-GO was developed in-house by Berkeley Lab, for use in next-generation EV batteries based on lithium-sulfur technology.

Sulfur has some key advantages over conventional lithium-ion battery technology in terms of storage capacity (far better), toxicity (none), cost (far less), and weight (ditto), but it is also very brittle.



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