For Immediate Release
Researchers at Rice University Leverage Laser Material Processing to Improve Battery Performance
Laser Induced Graphene (LIG) was first discovered at Rice University in 2014. Since that time, many new applications for LIG have been developed including energy storage, water purification and environmental sensing. Recently, the Rice research team announced a method for incorporating cobalt oxide into the LIG to improve battery performance. A detailed description of this new process can be found in the scientific journal Carbon.
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