Magnesium Battery (MB)
Magnesium is a metal that is richer in resources than lithium. The theoretical volumetric capacity of magnesium is 3.83 mAh⋅cm-3 which is higher than that of Li metal, due to the divalent character of magnesium ion. Rechargeable batteries that use magnesium as a negative electrode are expected to become the next generation of rechargeable batteries and an alternative to Li-ion batteries.
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The new electrolytic solutions, "Maglution™" series, are now on available from FUJIFILM Wako.
Features of Maglution™ series
- Maglution™ series have high oxidative stability (about 3.0 V for Pt, carbon electrode)
- Magnesium can be dissolved and precipitated in the electrolytic solution
- Maglution™ series show high conductivity (over 2 mScm-1 at 27℃)