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Directory:Solid State Batteries

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Directory of technologies and resources as pertaining to solid state Directory:Batteries.

A solid state batter is a battery in which both the electrodes and the electrolyte are solid-state materials.


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Latest / Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies: Directory:Solid State Generators > Directory:Solid State Batteries / Directory:Capacitors > Directory:Endless Electric Field Generator (EEFG) > Breakthrough Solid State Generator - We have finally been given permission to discuss this technology that we consider to be at the very top of our list of emerging clean energy technologies. Solid state, low (for now), continuous power, commercial in maybe 24 months, cheap, high power density, no radioactivity, no existing physics laws broken. (PESN and BeforeItsNews July 23, 2011)
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Latest: Directory:Nanotechnology / Directory:Storage > Directory:Batteries > Directory:Solid State Batteries > Prieto Battery Offers 1000x Power Density - Amy Prieto of Colorado State University is developing a new battery technology that utilizes copper antimonide nanowires, and an ultra thin polymer electrolyte. Once fully developed, the battery is expected to offer a huge increase in power density, a reduction in the time it takes to charge, and almost unlimited recharge cycles. (PESN and BeforeItsNews August 24, 2011)
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Directory:Batteries > Directory:Solid State Batteries > For Electric Cars, Startups Propose Solid-State Batteries - Solid-state (non-liquid/gel) batteries take up less space and pack more power. But are they real? A look at the companies Preito Battery and Planar Energy where the anode, cathode and separator/electrolyte are crystalline, inorganic solids that get sprayed onto a substrate. (GreenTech Media Aug. 12, 2010)