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I'm always in for more power in a smaller package. Don't know when/if it will hit the streets though.

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I'm always in for more power in a smaller package. Don't know when/if it will hit the streets though.

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"...The new ionically-conductive cathode enabled the ORNL battery to maintain a capacity of 1200 milliamp-hours (mAh) per gram after 300 charge-discharge cycles at 60 degrees Celsius. For comparison, a traditional lithium-ion battery cathode has an average capacity between 140-170 mAh/g. Because lithium-sulfur batteries deliver about half the voltage of lithium-ion versions, this eight-fold increase in capacity demonstrated in the ORNL battery cathode translates into four times the gravimetric energy density of lithium-ion technologies, explained Liang..."

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Sulfur and lithium is so last week.
Its all about Supercapacitors
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Idea of supercapacitor might be even older .. problem is in making it work. As for new power sources, color me uninterested as long as I can't simply buy it ..
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