Batere "Air" dgn resiko meledak sgt kecil

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Batere "Air" dgn resiko meledak sgt kecil

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The team uses water to replace organic electrolytes – which enable the flow of electric current between the positive and negative terminals – meaning their batteries can’t start a fire or blow up – unlike their lithium-ion counterparts.

https://www.rmit.edu.au/news/all-news/2 ... er-battery

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Distinguished Professor Tianyi Ma (left) and Dr Lingfeng Zhu at RMIT University with the team’s water battery. Credit: Carelle Mulawa-Richards, RMIT University

mereka peneliti dari RMIT - OZ, model spt ini begitu lulus ya kemungkinan besar akan direkrut CATL / BYD

IMO :
Kalo menurut saya Indonesia perlu mengalokasikan budget R&D lebih besar, alokasi budget penelitian yg lebih besar bagi Universitas2....bila ingin berperan aktif dalam supply chain EV industry.....terutama aspek2 dgn nilai tambah yg besar

di Dunia supply chain EV, penguasaan ilmu teknik batere jauhhhh lebih berharga daripada "dagang Nikel"

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