Monday, 30 June, 2014
More pores for more power
Energy storage technology
When can we expect to drive the length of Germany in an electric car without having to top up the battery? Chemists at the NIM Cluster at LMU and at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, have now synthesized a new material that could show the way forward to state-of-the-art lithium-sulfur batteries. more...
Press information LMU (english)
Presseinformation der LMU (deutsch)
Publication "Bimodal Mesoporous Carbon Nanofibers with High Porosity: Freestanding and Embedded in Membranes for LithiumSulfur Batteries"