Scientists at Stanford University build a bendable Aluminium powered battery with an ultrafast rechargeable timing of just 1 minute which is much more stable, inexpensive and safer compared to today's outdated lithium powered batteries
|Stanford scientists have invented a flexible, high-performance aluminum powered battery that charges in just 1 minute|
|Yingpen Wu and his colleagues at Stanford together succeeded in developing the first rechargeable aluminum-ion battery which is inexpensive, long-lasting and safe while working under the guidance of professor Honglie Dai|
Coming to recharge cycles previously many attempts to build an Aluminium powered battery have been made but they all failed when it came to recharge cycles and holding capacity but this invention by Stanford researchers has actually succeeded in what everyone had been trying to achieve. These Aluminium ion powered batteries are 7.5 times longer recharge cycle when compared to an average lithium icon battery. The only disadvantage that these Aluminium ion batteries haven't been able to cover is voltage and power density where it lags behind lithium powered batteries average 4 volts with its 2 volts production and packs a power of 40 watts/kg compared to lithium batteries humongous 206 Watts/kg power density.