BASF working on improved NiMH materials morphology, to better compete with Li-ion

BASF continues to work on nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) batteries, an older technology still popular in hybrids like the Toyota Prius because of its low cost and simple architecture. According to MIT Technology Review, the BASF researchers claim that by microstructuring the materials morphology ins...

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