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May 27 [Mon], 2013, 10:59
They say it could cut down charging time and prove a boost for electric vehicles. A group of scientists from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology has gone beyond conventional rechargeable battery technology, said Latitude E6500 OriginalYonhap News Agency‘s report on Monday.

The ministry stated that the new material will use the same nanoparticle material used in conventional batteries but in the form of a dense network of conductors throughout the electrodes of the battery.

Instead of the battery charging from the outermost particles in, the electrodes of the battery will be able to recharge simultaneously. “The research is especially remarkable in that it overcame limitations of existing lithium-ion Studio 1537 Original . We will further move closer to developing a new secondary battery for electric cars that can be fully recharged in less than a minute,” said Cho Jae-phil, a professor at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, in the report.