Rechargeable Lifepo4 Battery 3.2V 100AH LFP Battery Cell For Sale
|Rated capacity||100Ah||0.2C rate discharge capacity|
| Standard discharge
|Standard charge method||Constant current||25A|
|Fast charge method||Constant current||100A|
|Max continuous discharge current||300A|
|Cycle life||3000 cycles||80% DOD|
|Operating temperature|| Charging ambient
| Discharging ambient
|Appearance|| Without break,
They showed through a series of experiments that this approach does work, and can produce a lithium-carbon dioxide battery with voltage and capacity that are competitive with that of state-of-the-art lithium-gas batteries. Moreover, the amine acts as a molecular promoter that is not consumed in the reaction.
The key was developing the right electrolyte system, Khurram explains. In this initial proof-of-concept study, they decided to use a nonaqueous electrolyte because it would limit the available reaction pathways and therefore make it easier to characterize the reaction and determine its viability. The amine material they chose is currently used for CCS applications, but had not previously been applied to batteries.
This early system has not yet been optimized and will require further development, the researchers say. For one thing, the cycle life of the battery is limited to 10 charge-discharge cycles, so more research is needed to improve rechargeability and prevent degradation of the cell components. “Lithium-carbon dioxide batteries are years away” as a viable product, Gallant says, as this research covers just one of several needed advances to make them practical.