Nano-graphene additive and automotive industry


Mercedes-Benz has recently designed and manufactured recyclable batteries using organic cell chemistry, graphene and water electrolytes.
The battery is free of any trace or toxic metals, which means that it can be biodegradably degraded without polluting the environment.
However, the head of Mercedes-Benz battery technology, Hinders Hintnak, says that the technology is not yet ready to enter the commercial market and it will take about 15 to 20 years for this technology to become widespread.
These new batteries can charge more than the lithium-ion batteries on the market and can be charged 100% faster in less than 15 minutes.
Mercedes engineers are so confident in the products they have achieved that they are said to have sent a prototype and prototype of the manufactured battery to a senior board member for use as compost in her own garden.
Hindernac Hindnak also said that Mercedes-Benz is working on various battery technologies, taking into account all its risks. He believes that "various risks must be taken on the way forward, even if none of the current risks led to commercialization."
If you do not take risks in research and development, you may be a complete loser in the future of the industry.

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