Aluminium Ion Batteries

The elementary structure of aluminium ion batteries includes two electrodes joined by an electrolyte, an ironically (but not automatically) conductive material performing as a medium for the run off charge carriers. Nominal Voltage (V) is 3.7,24,36, and so on. Size (mm) includes 10*34*50, 11.5*82*240, and so on. The application includes in Mobile Phone, Laptop, and many others.

Send Requirement :


Request a Quote  **Free

No registration, no credit cards required.


Top Brands and Manufacturers

Show All Hide

Manufacturer and Suppliers for Aluminium Ion Batteries


Detailed Description for Aluminium Ion Batteries

             Aluminium-ion batteries are a class of rechargeable batteries in which aluminium ions provide energy by flowing from the negative electrode of the battery, the anode, to the positive electrode, the catode. When recharging, aluminium-ions return to the anode.The prototype aluminum-ion battery is also safer, not bursting into flames as some of its lithium-ion .

             The prototype battery features an anode made of aluminum, a cathode of graphite and an ionic liquid electrolyte, all packed within a flexible, polymer-coated pouch. And unlike lithium-ion batteries, which can short circuit and explode or catch fire when punctured, the aluminum-ion battery will actually continue working for a short while before not bursting into flames.

             "The electrolyte is basically a salt that's liquid at room temperature, so it's very safe," Improved safety is great, but what many people want is a reduction in recharge times. The aluminum-ion battery hits the target here, too, with the Stanford team claiming "unprecedented charging times" of just one minute for recharging the prototype battery The aluminum-ion battery has you covered there, too. Unlike typical lithium-ion batteries that last around 1,000 charge-discharge cycles, or other aluminum-ion battery lab attempts that usually died after just 100 cycles, the Stanford researchers claim their battery stood up to 7,500 cycles without a loss of capacity. This would make it attractive for storing renewable energy on the electrical grid.

             "The grid needs a battery with a long cycle life that can rapidly store and release energy," team member Hongjie Dai explains. "Our latest unpublished data suggest that an aluminum battery can be recharged tens of thousands of times. It's hard to imagine building a huge lithium-ion battery for grid storage."

              Furthermore, the researchers point out that aluminum is a cheaper metal than lithium, and the aluminum-ion technology offers an environmentally friendly alternative to disposable alkaline batteries used to power millions of portable devices.

              Currently, one of the prototype battery's biggest shortcomings is its voltage. Although it is more than anyone else has achieved with aluminum, the battery only generates around two volts of electricity, which is around half that of a typical lithium-ion battery. However, the researchers are confident they can improve on this.

 

             "Improving the cathode material could eventually increase the voltage and energy density". "Otherwise, our battery has everything else you'd dream that a battery should have: inexpensive electrodes, good safety, high-speed charging, flexibility and long cycle life. I see this as a new battery in its early days. It's quite exciting."


Question And Answer

Get Prices

Answers to your queries


Buying Tip- See what like buyers had to say!



SUBMIT