1967-02-01

A Sodium-Sulfur Secondary Battery 670179

The sodium-sulfur secondary battery described in this paper shows promise as a power source for electric vehicles by virtue of superior energy and power densities and use of cheap, light reactants. The cell is a sealed low pressure device operating at 300 C, in which liquid reactants are separated by a novel solid ceramic electrolyte permeable only to sodium ions.

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