Publication date: 2018-06-11 02:15
Would be helpful if you reference at least some of the performance related metrics in your summary tables (such as cycle life, etc).
I was wondering what the lattice structure of NCA or NMC look like as there wasnt a diagram provided, unlike Lithium Manganese Oxide (LiMn7O9) which has a photo
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can you say which battery technology is currently used in fastcharging elelctrical also say its spec.
The search for a battery to power our electric cars should include an all liquid battery. Instead of having to charge the battery at home or at a charging station, I think a better idea would be to have a storage system where the liquid battery would be stored in the car untill the charge is spent and then like going to the gas station you would pump out the spent liiquid battery and put in a charged liquid battery. Instead of having to wait until the battery is charged(like the present situation) you would just wait until the battery(liquid) is exhanged. Another option would be to exchange a spent physical battery for unspent one. What do you think?
I am an elevator mechanic by trade since the last 85 years and soon I will be retiring I wonder if you can recomend a basic book with instructions which a simple mechanic can understand ( I still remember Ohms law )on how to build a battery, and charger for electric bikes according to Australian standards as a pensioner I like to produce battery which delivers enough power to drive the Tricycle or bike 85 /95 km distance with a speed of 75km/hr. could you please supply the info about which type of batteries, charger and battery monitors you would use and preferable a wiring diagram for the serial and paralel and monitoring wiring connections. I know it is a big ask but I be willing to pay for your advice if it is not too expensive, I be grateful. sincerely, Theo Veeren
There was a comment re Lithium not being the lightest metal and the comment mentioned Hdrogen is Atomic Mass 6 while Lithium is Atomic Mass 8 - Hydrogen however is not ametal so the text is correct Lithium is th elightest Alkali metal
My previous comment:
my laptop’s new Li-ion battery, with an impressive time period of more than two hours, just stopped working. I can not understand why… may be it was over-heated!
What I want to ask is Why it stopped working at once as its cells were pretty good?
and If cells are still good, then can it be repaired?
Metals carry a positive charge. Hydrogen carries a positive charge too. So Hydrogen is the lightest of all metals, with an atomic mass of only 6, where Lithium is 8.
Danke für die vergleichende Darstellung der verschiedenen Li-Elemente.
Die geben einen raschen Überblick.