Nano -material improves battery efficiency -Lithium - Ion Battery Equipment

Nano -material battery that can greatly improve battery efficiency -Lithium - Ion Battery Equipment

There are many problems with electric vehicle battery power supply. If the charging takes too long, the journey is shorter. In addition, the battery is large and bulky, and the driver cannot speed up quickly, which is also dissatisfied.

Researchers at the University of California Riverside Bernes Engineering have redesigned the composition of the battery, which not only environmentally friendly, but also solves the above problems. They believe that the adjustable nanoparticles that can be adjusted can develop energy -saving batteries with smaller volume and more powerful functions. In addition, the researchers also modified the size and shape of the battery component to reduce charging time. The chief researcher of the project David-Catherotus said, "This is the most basic and critical step for improving battery efficiency." In addition to electric vehicles, the modified battery can also be used to store municipal energy, including solar energy and wind energy.(Lithium - Ion Battery Equipment)

A new article published in the "Crystal Growth and Design" magazine outlines the initial research and discovered the original research, which is called "solvents thermal synthesis, development and performance of lithium iron phosphate nano -structures."

Researchers at the Bionic Studies and Nano Materials Laboratory of Catherus began to focus on studying a material component of the battery -cathode, thereby improving the efficiency of lithium -ion batteries.

Lithium iron phosphate is a type of cathode. It is used for electric vehicles due to its advantages of low cost, low toxicity, thermal stability and chemical stability. However, due to the poor conductivity and lithium ion, the commercial potential is very limited. Some synthesis methods overcome these shortcomings by controlling the growth of particles. However, Catherus and his team adopt solvective thermal synthesis to place the reactor into a container similar to a high -pressure cooker, and heated under high pressure.

Catherus and his team use mixed solvents to control the size, shape and crystallization of the particles, and then closely monitor how to form lithium iron phosphate. In this way, they can determine the connection between the nano structure formed and their performance in the battery.

Under normal circumstances, the shape of lithium iron phosphate controls the thickness of the nanocrystone in the particles is equivalent to 1/5000 of a human hair. By controlling nano -crystals, the Catherus team found that more power batteries may come out.

The size and shape of these particles can be adjusted, providing more insertion points and shorter path lengths for lithium ion transmission, so the battery efficiency is improved. Catherine and his team are starting to improve the process, which can not only improve performance, reduce costs, but also use it in a large scale.



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