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'[TECH] New battery design from MIT - higher densit'
This appeared in the Elektor news letter.
The battery uses what MIT are calling a semi-solid flow cell
In this design, the battery’s active components — the positive and negative
electrodes, or cathodes and anodes — are composed of particles suspended in
a liquid electrolyte. These two different suspensions are pumped through
systems separated by a filter, such as a thin porous membrane.
They say the technology increases the battery energy density by 10 allowing
smaller and lighter (weight) batteries for a given energy capacity.
To work the solid in suspension electroylyte has to be pumped from one
terminal to the other, I'm a little puzzled how this pumping action is,
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