Lithium batteries reduce fire hazard in mobile devices, claim researchers

S. B.
August 2006
Electronics Weekly;8/30/2006, Issue 2255, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents information on a battery technology being developed at Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel that addresses fire hazards associated with lithium based batteries. According to the university's researchers, a nano-battery technology, which reduces overheating in battery packs, is being developed by connecting a large number of very small battery cells in parallel.


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