Researchers at the University of California began work on the project, whose goal is to create a lithium-ion batteries are not larger than turn into salt.
Batteries are designed for microscopic size.According to researchers, whose work is in the early stages, but they are full of optimism. I think there is every reason to share the optimism of the American scientists: the project is funded by the Defense Advanced research projects Agency (DARPA).
The batteries that we use today is that lithium ions move back and forth from the negatively charged to positively charged electrode. The battery is being developed at UCLA, electrolyte will charge move between electrodes.This will significantly reduce the size of the battery.
Electrolyte goes hand in hand with the creation and development of electrodes.When the electrolyte and electrodes are ready, they will gather in battery and begin testing.