lithium-sulfur battery

lithium-sulfur battery

[′lith·ē·əm ¦səl·fər ′bad·ə·rē]
(electricity)
A storage battery in which the cells use a molten lithium cathode and a molten sulfur anode separated by a molten salt electrolyte that consists of lithium iodide, potassium iodide, and lithium chloride.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Oxis, with $24 million in funding from South Africa's Sasol, is developing a lithium-sulfur battery, while Faradion is investigating sodium-ion technology.
JCESR has already achieved performance from a lithium-sulfur battery cathode that is better than what is commercially available, and a growing number of organizations continue to join JCESRs affiliate program to help accelerate development of advanced battery technologies.
One promising solution is the lithium-sulfur battery, which can hold as much as four times more energy per mass than lithium-ion batteries.
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