World of batteries

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World of batteries : 

World of batteries

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Types of batteries:- Nickel oxyhydroxide battery Lemon battery Molten salt battery Lead-acid battery Lithium-sulfur battery Lithium-titanate battery Nickel hydrogen battery Nickel-iron battery Nickel-zinc battery Organic radical battery

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Zinc matrix battery Biobattery Flow batteries Thin film rechargeable lithium battery Silver-oxide battery Water-activated battery Polysulfide bromide battery Polysulfide bromide battery

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Need for battery exploring In excess of seven million barrels of gasoline are consumed by vehicles in the United States every day. As scientists race to find environmentally sound solutions to fuel the world's ever-growing transportation needs, battery researchers are exploring the promise of lithium-air battery technology.

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The graph showing energy saved by each battery

Simple diagram showing mechanism in li-air battery : 

Simple diagram showing mechanism in li-air battery

Mechanism in li-air battery : 

Mechanism in li-air battery Li-air batteries use a catalytic air cathode that supplies oxygen, an electrolyte and a lithium anode. The technology has the potential to store almost as much energy as a tank of gasoline, and will have a capacity for energy storage that is five to 10 times greater than that of Li-ion batteries, a bridge technology. That potential, however, will not be realized until critical scientific challenges have been solved.

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Discharge capacity of li-air battery To 0.1A / g discharge rate of discharge, the discharge capacity is about 9000mAh / g. The previous lithium - air battery discharge capacity of only 700 ~ 3000mAh / g, can be said to achieve a substantial increase.The better than li-ion batteries(thinkpad t60 battery)

focus on the reactions in li-air battery : 

focus on the reactions in li-air battery The project is confused on understanding more about how the chemical reaction of the battery works and investigating how to improve it. The research team is also working towards making a STAIR cell prototype suited, in the first instance, for small applications, such as mobile phones or MP3 players.

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