Monday, December 3, 2012

Recent Metal – Air Batteries in Japan

The metal-air battery sometimes catches my eye. It has a large mass energy density five to eight times higher than of the currently used lithium iron (L-ion) battery. It is capable of driving the automobile a distance of around 500 km.
AIST recently developed a further advanced L-air battery.
The L-air battery developed this time by AIST uses a solid electrolyte.
Kohama Labo et al are actively developing the magnesium-air (Mg-air) battery. The Mg-air battery specified by 60Ah/1.5V/cell/42 x 225x 15 mm/470 g/cell/200Wh/g has been completed as referred to my previous article. >> More

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