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  • Surfercross
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    Cool!

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  • LFBB
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    https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-28770876

    Hemp for the win

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  • Mako runner
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    Originally posted by Tiretyme View Post

    Now that’s interesting for sure.
    What materials is the solid composed of? Or is that still proprietary & top secret?
    There is more than one scientist or rather teams of scientists working on it. But I think in one case it is some type of glass. As stated Google or Utube has quite a bit of information...Charlie

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  • Surfercross
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    Google is your friend my youth.

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  • Tiretyme
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    Originally posted by Mako runner View Post

    Not solid state as in digital. The difference is the electrolyte is not a liquid or gel but instead a solid...Charlie
    Now that’s interesting for sure.
    What materials is the solid composed of? Or is that still proprietary & top secret?

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  • Billinstuart
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    Originally posted by Mako runner View Post

    Not solid state as in digital. The difference is the electrolyte is not a liquid or gel but instead a solid...Charlie
    that makes more sense.

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  • Mako runner
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    Originally posted by Billinstuart View Post
    "digital" battery? Baloney. Silicon devices do not store energy. The only electronic device which stores energy is a capacitor.
    Not solid state as in digital. The difference is the electrolyte is not a liquid or gel but instead a solid...Charlie

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  • Billinstuart
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    "digital" battery? Baloney. Silicon devices do not store energy. The only electronic device which stores energy is a capacitor.

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  • Mako runner
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    Originally posted by Surfercross View Post

    They are safer in every way. The formation of dendrites in lithium batteries is one of the factors that causes them to explode. The solid state batteries won't have this issue.
    That and the electrolyte in lithium ion batteries is flammable...Charlie

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  • Surfercross
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    Originally posted by erie skipper View Post
    What is the potential for fire/explosion regarding these newer batteries? Are they safe?
    They are safer in every way. The formation of dendrites in lithium batteries is one of the factors that causes them to explode. The solid state batteries won't have this issue.

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  • Mako runner
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    For many years there was very little advances in batteries. There was not much need without a big market for a better battery so not that much research was devoted to it. Now there is a bigger market for better batteries and more research is being devoted to it. With a big payoff for whoever can develop it. I can only imagine what we will see in the near future...Charlie

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  • Slough
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    Very interesting video. Wonder how far they have come since it was shot a year ago?

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  • KMac
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    Neat video..

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  • Mako runner
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    An interesting video...Charlie

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  • Mako runner
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    Originally posted by erie skipper View Post
    What is the potential for fire/explosion regarding these newer batteries? Are they safe?
    From what I have seen it is one of the claims that they are not a fire hazard like the lithium ion batteries are. But who knows for sure? I guess once they are actually on the market and tested in real world situations we will know...Charlie

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