Researchers Find Way to Boost Life of Batteries Used in Smartphones: New Research Claimed! In this way smartphone battery capacity will increase by 95 percent
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Researchers led by Professor Noriyoshi Matsumi have published their latest findings in the ACS Applied Energy Materials Journal that was reported by EurekaLeart. He says graphite anodes, widely used in batteries, require a binder to hold the mineral together but the poly (vinylidine fluoride) binder being used has several drawbacks that make it a perfect binding material. Is not able to come across as.
Researchers are now working on a new kind of binder that will be made of bis-imino-acenaphthenequinone-paraphenylene (BP) copolymer. This will be able to correct the problem through which the battery of the smartphone runs out quickly. He said his research could have far-reaching consequences as more reliable back-up systems can encourage users to invest in expensive assets such as electric vehicles.
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The lead researcher reported that where a half-cell’s conventional PVDF binder served only 64 percent of its original capacity after 500 charge-discharge cycles. At the same time, half-cell using BP copolymer showed only 95% capacity with 1700 charge-discharge cycles. He also said that durable batteries would help those who rely on artificial organisms. The study included Professor Tatsuo Kaneko, senior lecturer Rajasekhar Almond, PhD student Agaman Gupta and former postdoctoral fellow Anirudh Nag.
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