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4th Annual Lithium Mobile Power 2008 - Advances in Lithium Battery Technologies for Mobile Applications Conference Documentation

  • ID: 680918
  • December 2008
  • 420 Pages
  • Knowledge Press
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Contents of the documentation

The Changing Field of Li-Ion Batteries
Ralph J. Brodd, PhD, President, Broddarp of Nevada, Inc.
Since its introduction in 1991, Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) batteries have constituted a dynamic field of research, development and production. It currently is in the process of reinventing itself with a new chemistry base as well as developing a new market for powering portable tools and electric vehicles. The discussion will include a review of the new electrode materials and cell constructions as well as market directions. The market for electric vehicles alone will dominate the technology and markets by 2015. Finally, safety must be accepted as a given quality for the success of Li-Ion batteries. Shipping restrictions and the reasons for them will be discussed.

Anode / Carbon / Nanotechnology

Primary vs. Rechargeable Lithium Batteries for Mobile Applications
Rachid Yazami, PhD, Director, CNRS-CalTech International Laboratory on Materials for Electrochemical Energetics, California Institute of Technology
Most primary lithium batteries have higher energy density and longer shelf-life than rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. In fact READ MORE >

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