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    [QUOTE=barryallen1337;n6504]The two things that will keep lithium-ion batteries relatively safe are continuous improvements in manufacturing techniques and the use of smart control systems to monitor their temperature and regulate their charging and discharging. Besides a high energy density, another advantage of lithium batteries is that they do not suffer from any “memory effect”, which means they can be partially charged and discharged many times without loss of capacity. Running down a lithium battery completely, however, can destroy it. So this too has to be guarded against by the power electronics. Researchers are working on alternative chemistries to the lithium-ion battery which could have even greater energy densities, though they will have quirks of their own and will also require careful handling. But for the time being, lithium is king. /QUOTE]

    The two things that will keep lithium-ion batteries relatively safe are continuous improvements in manufacturing techniques and the use of smart control systems to monitor their temperature and regulate their charging and discharging. Besides a high energy density, another advantage of lithium batteries is that they do not suffer from any “memory effect”, which means they can be partially charged and discharged many times without loss of capacity. Running down a lithium battery completely, however, can destroy it. So this too has to be guarded against by the power electronics. Researchers are working on alternative chemistries to the lithium-ion battery which could have even greater energy densities, though they will have quirks of their own and will also require careful handling. But for the time being, lithium is king.
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    Last edited by pinknemo13; 05-26-2020, 07:21 PM.

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