LiFePO4 battery Prismatic Cell 3.2V 176Ah Rechargeable Battery for Electric Car

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LiFePO4 Prismatic Cell 3.2V 176Ah Rechargeable optima Battery for Electric Car

LiFePO4 battery Prismatic Cell 3.2V 176Ah Rechargeable Battery for Electric Car

LiFePO4 battery Prismatic Cell 3.2V 176Ah Rechargeable Battery for Electric Car

Model

3.2V 176Ah

Chemical

Li-fepo4 battery

Voltage Nominal

3.2V

Capacity Nominal

176Ah

Size

53.6*175*205 mm

Warranty

1 year

Condition

100% Brand New

Rechargeable

Yes

OEM

Accept

Package

Industrial/Individual package, OEM packing etc.

After studying fuel cells at Montana State University, Erica Eggleton knew she wanted to do some type of research this summer, either with a college or in industry. “I’ve always been really interested in renewable energy, and in my lab at Montana State, I study [proton exchange membrane] fuel cells, so I wanted to stay in that realm of research,” she says.

Her quest brought Eggleton, who just finished her junior year, to MIT as a 2016 MPC-CMSE Summer Scholar, where she is working in the lab of Professor Krystyn Van Vliet on lithium manganese oxide electrodes for lithium ion batteries. Materials science and engineering graduate student Frank McGrogan is supervising her work.

This year’s 11 Summer Scholars spent their first three days in the internship program hearing project pitches from faculty, postdocs, and graduate students and touring their labs. “I definitely wanted to expand my knowledge on electrochemical-based processes, and there were a couple of projects that were in that field. Then I looked more at the principal investigators and talked to the grad students during the lab tours and this one definitely seemed like a good fit, community-wise. Also, I thought it would be beneficial for me to learn about the topic from more of a materials science standpoint, because I’m starting to question, if I want to go more into materials science in grad school or whether I’m actually more interested in chemical-based processes like now,” Eggleton says.

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