Sodium battery with egg yoke electrode

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University of Wollongong have been working on Sodium batteries.
http://media.uow.edu.au/releases/UOW206870.html

early tests indicate 438Wh/kg.

Given they are aiming at storage and not ev's I suspect they have discharge limitations.
So the short answer is NO but the long answer is YES.
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Richo wrote: University of Wollongong have been working on Sodium batteries.
http://media.uow.edu.au/releases/UOW206870.html

early tests indicate 438Wh/kg.

Given they are aiming at storage and not ev's I suspect they have discharge limitations.


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so if i get a chicken and stick it in a Tupperware container i can run my car on it?

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sorry that was a bad yoke

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Ha ha Image
Still I bet the idea originated from some stoned students saying what if we can get chickens to lay batteries rather than making them.
Feed them a bit of salt, titanium and POP out comes an egg battery!
So the short answer is NO but the long answer is YES.
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Richo wrote: Ha ha Image
Still I bet the idea originated from some stoned students saying what if we can get chickens to lay batteries rather than making them.
Feed them a bit of salt, titanium and POP out comes an egg battery!


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