Batteries Of The Future May Charge In Seconds

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Researchers reporting in the journal Nature say that they've modified the surface of one component of a lithium-ion battery to allow the lithium ions to move more freely. Gerd Ceder of MIT explains how this advance could lead to batteries that charge in a matter of seconds.

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