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Lithium Ion Batteries

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Allison Abram

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of Lithium Ion Batteries

Uses
Laptops, cell phones, iPods, etc
Pacemakers
Hearing aids
Watches
Calculators
Digital cameras
Laser pointers
Remote car locks
Some car/electric car batteries
Benefits
Expensive to make
Potential safety concerns (flammable)
Lithium Ion Battery
(Thin Film)
Energy Generation
Electrons flow between Lithium cobalt oxide and carbon in a redox reaction
History
Research began in 1912
First non-rechargeable lithium battery available in 1970s
Switched to non-metallic lithium ion batteries for safety
Lithium ion batteries commercialized by Sony in 1991
Lithium Ion Batteries
Allison Abram
Alanna Grulke

Generates 3.6 V
(twice that of a AA battery)
Disadvantages
Light weight, but powerful
Holds charge well
Disposal
Good to bring someplace to be properly disposed of
Should be discharged
May be recycled
Cheaper to incinerate (don't try this at home)
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