What is the most indispensable thing in modern society, which must be electronic equipment, especially mobile phones? Even people of any age can’t escape the poison of mobile phones. Some elderly people may feel unconvinced. I don’t have to go online or play games. Why can’t I do it without my mobile phone? But they really can’t live without them. Unless they go back to ancient times and send a text message and spread the book, almost everyone will have to use their mobile phones to communicate with others. Our reliance on mobile phones has become so great that it is imperceptible.
However, among the various styles of mobile phones on the market, the most important performance is battery life. In the vernacular, it is how long the mobile phone can last. This is often used to judge whether to buy this mobile phone. One of the standards. The battery life is linked to the battery of the mobile phone. Nowadays, most of the various electronic devices on the market use of lithium batteries.
Although lithium batteries are easy to use, market competition has intensified, and with the frequency of various accidents, we cannot ignore the potential threats of lithium batteries.
Having said that, China’s battery industry is developing rapidly and is currently the largest source of supply for the global lithium battery market. But it is not only a development demand but also a reflection of the market. Even if China has a full advantage in the battery industry, it is inevitable to follow the market changes and accelerate the research speed of new raw materials “silicone batteries”. In recent years, explosions of lithium batteries have occurred repeatedly, and everything is catalyzing changes in this industry.
Not long ago, a new battery developed by Ramakrishna Bertila was published in “Applied Materials and Interface”, which allows people to see the future of the battery industry. Under the development of Ramakrishna Bertila, the “silicon battery” broke the deadlock of lithium batteries, not only improved the quality and volume but also used nanomaterials in the power supply to discharge the “silicon battery”. Performance has also been further improved.
This is great news. Even if the super battery developed with the new raw material of silicon does not have the ability to be widely used, it has already highlighted its own advantages in the use of artificial satellites. The small size of silicon batteries has reduced a lot of launch costs for artificial satellites. If silicon batteries can be widely used in all walks of life in the future, perhaps the price of electronic equipment will no longer be “unattainable”. Say it?