A Colorado research team has built a lithium-ion battery prototype with a 3-dimensional interior that promises to recharge electric-vehicle battery packs in as little time as it takes to fill gasoline tanks in vehicles with conventional internal-combustion engines. Amy Prieto is the leader of the research team at Colorado State University, which recently revealed the technology at the National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society in Anaheim, CA. She says the team’s ...

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