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    Thursday, September 18, 2014

    A SPORTS CAR THAT RUNS ON SALT-WATER

    Salt water-powered electric car approved for roads in Europe

    16 Sept. 2014 (dezeen Magazine)

    “…[A] company that claims to have developed the first electric car powered by salt water says the vehicle has now been approved for testing on public roads in Germany and the EU…Nanoflowcell, which designed the Quant e-Sportlimousine, has received official approval to test…from German industry certification organisation TÜV Süd…In development for 14 years, the four-seated car measures roughly 5.25 metres in length and sports what its creators say is an entirely new kind of energy storage system, also called Nanoflowcell. The company claims that the automobile is capable of speeds of 350 kilometres per hour and acceleration of 0-100 kilometres per hour in just 2.8 seconds, and can travel distances of 600 kilometres with a full tank of a petrol made from a salt water solution…An electrochemical reaction is created by combining two liquids with metallic salts acting as the electrolyte. These solutions are pumped through a fuel cell where an anode or cathode electrode is located, creating electricity that is then forwarded to super capacitors within the car…[O]ne litre of the salty liquid contains 400 times more energy than a typical lead-acid battery, and the prototype car carries two 200-litre tanks on board, the company states…” click here for more

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