Lithium-ion batteries in our mobile devices are holding an inseparable link with their ion part. The lithium can only be used safely in the parts where ion’s are secured, at that point high energy loss occurs.
However, scientists at the Stanford University have developed a new lithium-ion battery which can last much longer.
The new technique allows much thicker and more efficient lithium to be set in the anode of the battery by using the nanoscopic carbon shield which is controlling over the unstable chemical that could harm the device.
The result of this process is a much powerful battery which lasts much longer after fully charged.
Smartphones and other devices with this kind of battery could work two or three times longer then the phones today, but it is necessary to solve certain engineering problems in order for it to become available for commercial use.