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Mystery of Lithium Ion Batteries Solved

Saw this on Scientific American website. But what caught me eye was the subheading: A Glitch 2,000 papers missed? Last week, in the journal Nature Communications, researchers outlined a new understanding of how energy moves within certain types of electrodes … Continue reading

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Counting down to the 225th ECS Meeting!

My son, who is 9 and not making the trip to Orlando, keeps asking about what I’m going to see at Epcot and the Nemo ride. I’ve been telling him that for me it will be nano not Nemo, then … Continue reading

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Report: FAA too reliant on Boeing for lithium battery test

This from Electrochemistry: Crash Course Chemistry #36 The government failed to properly test the Boeing 787′s lithium-ion batteries and relied too much on Boeing for technical expertise, a new report says. The National Transportation Safety Board Thursday criticized the … Continue reading

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Report from ECEE 2014

The first Electrochemical Conference on Energy & the Environment, ECEE 2014, was held in Shanghai, China March 13-16. The international scientific conference and joint meeting of The Electrochemical Society (ECS) and the Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) covered a unique … Continue reading

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