Scientists are using X-ray technology to observe lithium-sulfur batteries in action.
“Based on previous experiments, we expected sulfur particles to completely disappear from the cathode when the battery discharges,” says Stanford University researcher Johanna Nelson. “Instead, we saw only negligible changes in the size of the particles, the exact opposite of what earlier studies found.”
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