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Old 02-28-2012, 09:21 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Great job. Dialing in the nano coating micro- porosity to exactly fit the shape of the ion molecules is going to be the big step forward. This results in improvements in density and also a huge increase in cycle life which is just as big a hold up in people adopting plug ins and hybrids. When cycle life can hit 5,000, we will have a battery that no one will be afraid of. Fortunately, improvements in power/ mass density will go hand in hand with increased life cycle due to the ions not cracking and forcing their way into pores of the electrodes that are too small. Then the last hang up will be price.
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