Lithium-ion batteries – a small coin-size cell battery




Lithium ion batteries

In the modern day battery the cathodes and anodes are devised into multiple cells to make up the lithium-ion battery. If the lithium-ion battery is damaged or is overcharged, the protective barrier between the two halves could disintegrate and ultimately cause the battery to explode. If you are holding the battery in your hand or have it in your pocket when this happens, you could be seriously injured.

According to Stanford research, it is possible to stop the battery from having this adverse reaction. With just a few more compounds added to the electrolyte solution, the batteries will no longer experience the formation of dendrite. The study was conducted on a small coin-size cell battery. This study proved the battery still have 99% efficiency after 300 discharge cycles.

Lithium ion batteries

This is an ongoing development for lithium-air and lithium-sulfur rechargeable batteries. These two types of batteries are most suspected for dendrite formation, which lead to the destruction of the battery. This new scientific breakthrough of lithium-ion batteries expands the life of the battery by ten times its current capacity. It helps prevent the risk of your lithium-ion battery exploding, causing serious injury, and it will save the user money in the long run.

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Lithium ion batteries


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