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The State of Solid-State Batteries

 Kevin S. Jones PhD
  23rd-Dec-2016
Description: Why Li-Ion Batteries?:- Advantages: High specific energy (Li is very light), High open circuit voltage (more power at low current), Less memory effect (observed in Ni-Cd batteries), Slow self-discharge (longer shelf life). Disadvantages: Flammable liquids, Limited Cell/cycle Life (SEI degradation), Battery life decreases with increasing temperature. Liquid vs Solid-state Li-Ion Battery: Liquid solvent and polymer separator (not shown) Replaced by a solid electrolyte.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Battery & Fuel Cell
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Contents:
State of Solid-State Batteries
Prof. Kevin S. Jones
Department of Materials Science
and Engineering
University of Florida

Software and Analysis of Advanced Materials Processing Center

(kjones@eng.ufl.edu)

Acknowledgments
•  Dave Danielson Program Director at
ARPA-E
•  Scott Faris, Richard Fox, Roland Pitts and
Isaiah Oladeji at Planar Energy

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