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Description: This image shows thin beta-alumina electrolyte membrane used in a new, planar sodium-beta battery design being developed by EaglePicher Technologies and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Using a planar, stacked, modular battery design that employs thinner electrolyte materials, will enable an estimated 30% reduction in operating temperature.
Keywords: electrolyte • battery • power grid • renewable energy • sustainability
Categories: Materials > Ceramics & glasses > Technical ceramics > Alumina
Applications > Energy
Applications > Energy > Storage
Created by: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Date created: 28 January 2009
Date added: 21 February 2011
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Resource ID: 3434