A scientist at the Leibniz Institute for New Materials in Saarbrücken in Germany is researching how lithium, a valuable raw material for electromobility, can be extracted from mine water.
To ensure safe, high-performance batteries from environmentally friendly resources, lithium must be replaced by sodium. Swiss scientists have found a chemical solution for this.
A world without lithium is inconceivable in the 21st century. Mobile phones, electric cars, data storage. Lithium is essential for those batteries that power these […]
Lithium is currently used in the glass industry, lubricants, and also in the pharmaceutical industry. Due to its relatively high energy density, however, lithium is […]
Scientists of the Research Centre Jülich and the Westphalian Wilhelms University Münster developed a new solid-state battery. Its speciality: It has an anode made of […]
For some time now, oil and gold have no longer been at the top of the global commodity market. Thanks to mobile phones, notebooks, tablets […]
The European Commission wants to build a strong battery industry that can compete with Asia, but has it entered the game too late? By 2020, […]