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+ - PolyZion Project Developing Zinc-Plastic Battery->

Submitted by Zothecula
Zothecula (1870348) writes "While today's lithium-ion, lead acid, and nickel metal hydride batteries may offer far better performance than their predecessors, they are still not perfect — they're heavy, expensive, and have been known to short circuit and catch fire. Now, however, scientists involved in the PolyZion research project are developing zinc-plastic batteries for use in hybrid and electric vehicles. Their aim is to produce a rechargeable battery that is lighter, cheaper, safer, greener and better-performing than anything currently available."
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PolyZion Project Developing Zinc-Plastic Battery

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