Rechargeable Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery Lithium Battery With BMS

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Rechargeable Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery Lithium Battery With BMS

Rechargeable Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery Lithium Battery With BMS

Rechargeable Battery 12V 100AH Lifepo4 Battery Lithium Battery With BMS

Gallant and her co-workers, whose expertise has to do with nonaqueous (not water-based) electrochemical reactions such as those that underlie lithium-based batteries, looked into whether carbon-dioxide-capture chemistry could be put to use to make carbon-dioxide-loaded electrolytes — one of the three essential parts of a battery — where the captured gas could then be used during the discharge of the battery to provide a power output.

This approach is different from releasing the carbon dioxide back to the gas phase for long-term storage, as is now used in carbon capture and sequestration, or CCS. That field generally looks at ways of capturing carbon dioxide from a power plant through a chemical absorption process and then either storing it in underground formations or chemically altering it into a fuel or a chemical feedstock.

Instead, this team developed a new approach that could potentially be used right in the power plant waste stream to make material for one of the main components of a battery.

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