Your smartphone’s battery life will be doubled! | Technologyme

Led by Professor Noriyoshi Matsumi, the team made a discovery that would significantly affect our daily life. After a year or two, a new technological development was achieved that will minimize the volume drop experienced in the batteries of our smartphones or technological devices.

The developed technology can reduce the 50% loss in batteries to 5%.

Of smart phones In the first years of its release, battery capacities were around 1000-15000 mAh. With the development of lithium-ion batteries, these values 6000 mAh It became available in the middle segment at the levels. Smartphones, which offer a battery life of 1.5 days at the time of purchase, significantly decrease their battery performance after 1 year of use. In active use Batteries experiencing 5% to 10% volume melting after 1 year It can lead us to the search for new devices.

Who wants to seek a solution to the problem here Japan Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (JAIST) made a life-saving technological discovery. The team led by Matsumi from the breakdown of graphite anodes It is stated that it is due. Various experiments have been conducted to suggest that up to 10% annual loss caused by this reason can be reduced with BP-based cells. With this method in the data obtained It was observed that only 5% volume loss was experienced in active use for 5 years or more.

With energy savings and efficiency that can double in long processes with the developed technology We will be able to step into a greener world. Lithium-ion batteries, whose efficiency we benefit from in every field from electric vehicles to our wireless headphones, will now be able to offer a better performance.

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