The global sodium-ion batteries market can be segmented into sodium-sulfur batteries, sodium-salt batteries (i.e zebra batteries), and sodium-oxygen (i.e sodium air) batteries. A sodium-sulfur battery is a type of molten-salt battery assembled from sulfur and liquid sodium. Such a type of battery has a high energy density, high efficiency of charge/discharge rate, and long lifecycle. It is made-up of economical materials. These batteries can be easily recycled and are non-flammable than other batteries that employ toxic or flammable materials.
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