Lithium-sulfur boasts big advantage over Li-ion batteries


Battery technology is a fast-growing and ever-changing field, and new advancements are produced every day. Until recently, lithium-ion batteries have had a monopoly on the rechargeable battery market, but their time may be near an end now that new lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries are becoming more viable. Thanks to some interesting new advancements in energy storage, the sulfur-based batteries are quickly matching and, in some ways, exceeding their lithium-ion counterparts. Let us dive into the mechanics of how these new batteries work.

Reference: Electronic Products
                   Jean-Jacques DeLisle