David Nelson-5 wrote:
> This blog entry has an excellent video about LiFePO4 batteries. I
> recommend that every one watch it if they even have a remote interest
> in these batteries. Here is a quote from the blog about the professor:
> "Jay Whitacre received his Phd in Materials Science in 1999 at
> University of Michigan Ann Arbor - so he's a lot smarter than I am. He
> worked for Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2000-2007 mostly on lithium
> battery projects. Today, he is an assistant professor in Materials
> Science at Carnegie Mellon university. He's also head of Whitacre
> Research Group which studies functional materials for electrochemical
> David D. Nelson
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