Is the salt bath can extend the life of the charging lithium ion battery

2022/04/02

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

The ionic fluid also refers to a normal temperature melt salt, which is a translucent, colorless, tasteless, and flame retardant liquid. These materials can form a layer of protective film in the outer surface of the electrode, so that the battery is stable during use, solves the problem of rechargeable batteries to be fire, blasting, in addition, the battery is still allowed to reach a year and performance is not reduced. CSIRO Battery Expert Adam·BEST said that the battery pre-resolved with this way, its performance is stronger than all other conventional lithium-ion batteries in the market.

A new generation of power lithium-ion batteries is the key to the development of the electric sedan industry. This simple salt bath previse will accelerate the development of a new generation of energy storage, so that the battery life of the electric car industry can be anxious. After increasing battery life and charging, the electric sedan is really cut in the shortcomings in the future.

Car counters. Associate Professor Anthony, Queensland University of Science and Technology·Omland said that battery manufacturers can easily use this new battery solution, just transform the existing processing lines. The mixed electrolyte used in the salt bath includes a variety of chemical components, CSIRO has related patents.

The seminar is now developing batteries based on this technology, while looking for partners to commercialize them.

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