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Developed: Lithium-ion batteries that will not catch fire

by:GSL ENERGY     2020-06-12
Scientists have developed a new type of lithium.
The components of the ion batteries become hard when they hit, preventing them from catching fire and causing damage to the user. Lithium-
Ion batteries commonly used in consumer electronics are notorious for being caught on fire due to damage or improper packaging.
These incidents occasionally have serious consequences, including burns, house fires and at least one plane crash.
Inspired by the properties of some liquids set during impact, researchers have developed a practical and inexpensive way to help prevent these fires.
Scientists have developed a new type of lithium.
The components of the ion batteries become hard when they hit, preventing them from catching fire and causing damage to the user. Lithium-
Ion batteries commonly used in consumer electronics are notorious for being caught on fire due to damage or improper packaging.
These incidents occasionally have serious consequences, including burns, house fires and at least one plane crash.
Inspired by the properties of some liquids set during impact, researchers have developed a practical and inexpensive way to help prevent these fires. \"In a lithium-
Ion batteries, a thin piece of plastic, separate the two electrodes, \"said Gabriel Veith of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory of the US Department of Energy.
\"If the battery is damaged and the plastic layer fails, the electrode will come into contact, causing the liquid electrolyte of the battery to catch fire,\" Veith said . \".
To make these batteries safer, some researchers have switched to solid electrolyte that is not flammable.
However, these solids
Veith said the state battery needs to undergo major modifications to the current production process.
As an alternative, the team mixed the additives into the traditional electrolyte to have an impact
Electrolyte resistance.
It sets when hit, and if the battery is damaged in a fall or collision, it prevents contact with the electrode.
If the electrodes do not touch each other, the battery will not catch fire.
One of the main advances in Veith is the production process of batteries.
In the traditional lithium manufacturing process
Ion batteries, at the end of the production process, spray electrolyte into the battery box and then seal the battery. \"You can;
Do this by cutting
\"Because when you try to inject the electrolytic mass, it will solidify,\" he said . \".
The researchers solved the problem by placing the silica in place before adding the electrolyte.
They are applying for a patent for their technology.
In the future, Veith plans to enhance the system so that the damaged battery parts remain solid in the crash, while the rest of the batteries will continue to work.
The team initially targeted applications such as drone batteries, but ultimately they wanted to get into the car market.
They also plan to make a larger version of the battery, which will be able to stop the bullet.
This could benefit soldiers, Veith said, who often carry 20 pounds of their body armor and 20 pounds of their batteries when performing their missions.
\"The battery will be used as their armor, which will reduce the average soldier by about 20 pounds,\" he said . \".
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