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- Jan 23, 2019

2D materials may enable electric vehicles to get 500 miles on a single charge

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

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A number of their 2D materials, when incorporated into experimental lithium-air batteries as the catalyst, enabled the battery to hold up to 10 times more energy than lithium-air batteries containing traditional catalysts.

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