A team of researchers from the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology and the Samsung R&D Institute Japan has proposed the use of a silver-carbon (Ag-C) composite layer as the anode for an all-solid-state battery which it says can improve the life, capacity, longevity and safety.
The Canadian utility firm Hydro-Québec has announced that it will begin work on the commercialisation of an all-solid-state battery co-invented by Dr John Goodenough, a professor at The University of Texas in Austin, and Dr Maria Helena Braga, an associate professor at the University of Porto in Portugal.
The inventor of a new all-solid-state battery has hit back at critics of his announcement who have claimed that it violates the laws of thermodynamics.
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