Can graphene batteries replace lithium-ion?

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     R. Martinez 

    I’ve been reading lately that graphene or silicon could replace lithium-ion batteries.
    Some of the benefits are its quick charging capacity, increased charge cycles, effectiveness in high temperatures, and extended duration to hold charge, but are there any drawbacks?

    When will we see them on the market? Will they really replace lithium-ion based batteries?

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