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Clarkson University

Farm waste helps professor conquer Na-Se technology

Tue, 02/14/2017 - 11:21 -- Xuan Zhong

A New York professor has developed a sodium-selenium (Na-Se) battery using technology derived from wood cellulose and peanut shells.

David Mitlin, a professor at Clarkson University, US, is the first person to develop a full Na-Se cell that promises to cut costs, outperform other chemistries and boast high cycling capabilities.

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