Are you talking about graphene based components ? Because we are still a far away from large methods of production, no ?
Le 20/09/2016 14:47, Paul Boddie a écrit : > On Tuesday 20. September 2016 09.36.39 Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote: >> >> thanks to idiots like elon musk the world's politicians and most >> people *genuinely* believe that there is enough lithium, neodymium and >> copper on the planet for every man, woman and child to own an electric >> vehicle. > > I don't really want to weigh in on a topic that I don't have any specific > interest or expertise in, but my impression was (Musk aside) that nobody > really expects battery technology to stick with lithium or "rare earths". > Here, progress in materials science appears to be driving development towards > more mundane materials. > > Paul > > _______________________________________________ > arm-netbook mailing list email@example.com > http://lists.phcomp.co.uk/mailman/listinfo/arm-netbook > Send large attachments to arm-netb...@files.phcomp.co.uk > -- Note: veuillez s'il vous plaît utiliser GnuPg pour nos future conversations https://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/fr/ Plus d'info ici: http://www.bibmath.net/crypto/index.php?action=affiche&quoi=moderne/pgp Message envoyer avec GNU Icedove un fork de Thunderbird https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Icedove
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