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Published on December 26th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

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A Scientist Answers Your Battery Questions

December 26th, 2012 by  


 
After announcing a big EV battery research project on December 1, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) let us know about a Q&A opportunity with one of its scientists regarding batteries. After collecting a number of questions, Berkeley Lab battery scientist Venkat Srinivasan answered several of these questions. Here’s the video:

Dr. Srinivasan may still answer questions you have about batteries if you post them in the comments of the video above. If you’ve got some, head on over there and type away!





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  • anderlan

    HERE IS THE URL OF THE VIDEO WITH A SCIENTIST TALKING ABOUT BATTERIES http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9ukJZS0BJs

    • Bob_Wallace

      Thanks.

      Now, do you can locate your Caps Lock key and punch it off?

      • anderlan

        Hehe. Was understandably disappointed with our beloved CT editors, blowing off a little steam, sorry.

        • Bob_Wallace

          The site is run by humans and we know that they sometimes err.

          Constructive criticism is always welcomed. Catching mistakes very helpful. I think you’d be hard put to find another site where the head cheese is as good about making corrections to posts.

          If you’ve got an oversupply of steam perhaps you should obtain a turbine and sell some electricity to the grid….

  • sina

    i can’t understand how this video relate to batteries breakthrough !?

    • dynamo.joe

      I let the video keep running and the battery dude was the 3rd one.

    • Apologies. Apparently, I initially used the link to the channel instead of the link to the video.

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