Electric Car Batteries That Go The Extra Mile
Metal alloys that store hydrogen have been around since the early 1960s. And recently, companies such as Sanyo and Toshiba have been replacing conventional nickel cadmium batteries in video cameras and radio gear with rechargeable nickel hydride units that last twice as long between charges.
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