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Although Leyden's patent-protected imide salts don't have the same boom-pow factor as a silicon anode (described below), there's the added benefit that Leyden's batteries keep the same form factor and assembly line as ever. "It's tough to come across a solution that works with your existing technology..at a similar cost," ABI analyst Michael Morgan said about Leyden. "All that doesn't come together very often." With Leyden's design, "you just swap out the goo that goes in the middle."Leyden's design will cost a little more than today's batteries, and is about 18 months from appearing in the mass market. In June, chip-maker Nvidia and Leyden partnered up to put Leyden's battery in a Tegra 3 tablet reference design. If Nvidia's partners, like Asus for example, like what they see, they could commit to making the tablet, battery and all.

Solution: Get with siliconMany researchers have a crush on silicon as the solution to better battery life, specifically making anodes out of the stuff, and for good reason, You can cram up to 10 times more ions into silicon than the traditional graphite, There was just one major drawback: silicon anodes quickly swelled and then cracked, deteriorating kajsa outdoor collection iphone x wooden pattern case - black / grey the battery, Oops, It was back to the drawing board for Stanford University professor Yi Cui, who has since engineered a double-walled silicon structure that uses a tough outer wall like a belt to keep an inner silicon sanctum from overexpanding..

Stanford's research team claims that its silicon-headed lithium ion batteries last for 6,000 charging cycles before reaching 85 percent of the battery's original capacity. This 80 percent or 85 percent mark is an industry standard when talking about the calendar life of a battery; in other words, when it's time to replace it. Like a lot of researchers, Cui uses nanotechnology to build his silicon anode. The larger surface area creates a higher number of sites for power-creating reactions. A nanostructure also lets Cui fashion "anti-space," which he says leaves room for materials to expand without breaking the whole.

In addition, shrinking the component parts helps fashion a battery that's lighter and smaller than the standard lithium ion bundle, but retains the kajsa outdoor collection iphone x wooden pattern case - black / grey same energy density, Smaller, more-powerful batteries can affect the phone's eventual design and can also create room for other elements: perhaps a larger camera module or maybe even a second battery, Cui's company, Amprius, hopes to see his high-power nanostructure batteries in tablets, smartphones, laptops, and electric vehicles in another two years..

"Silicon is low-cost by itself, and we are developing the manufacturing process right now for these types of structures," Cui told me over the phone. "Materials like silicon can create a huge impact to the smartphone industry."Solution: Think tinResearchers out of Washington State University are also on the quest to replace the traditional graphite anode with another electrode substance. This time, tin. Lead researcher Grant Norton and his team report findings that a tin anode can almost triple the capacity of the lithium ion battery's usual graphite head. True, the battery wouldn't be as powerful as silicon's potential, but it also isn't as short-lived as those earlier experiments.