New “water batteries” won’t catch fire or explode?

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A global team of researchers have developed innovative 'water batteries'. They use water to replace organic flammable electrolytes, preventing fire hazards or exploding. Their sustainable design facilitates easy disassembly for material reuse or recycling. The advancements include overcoming dendrite growth, extending battery lifespan, and achieving competitive energy densities with potential applications in grid storage and renewable energy integration.

This kind of battery seems offering a safe, recyclable alternative to lithium-ion batteries for large-scale energy storage. How about your thoughts?
 

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