A team of researchers in the United States has discovered a new technology to upgrade rechargeable lithium batteries after they stopped working as a measure to improve the performance of electronic devices and increase the mileage of electric cars in the future. During the life of the batteries, small particles of inactive lithium accumulate inside the battery in the form of small islands, cutting off the current flowing through the battery electrodes and reducing its recharge capacity.
But a research team at Stanford University and the Slack National Laboratory in the United States invented a technique that would allow “dead” lithium to crawl into the battery’s electrode like a worm, until it could reconnect with active lithium. Repeat action. The study team confirms that this technology reduces the wear and tear of the battery components and increases its lifespan.
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