New lithium technic without thermical problems
This invention is avoiding all thermal problems which, sofar, are customary for conventionally manufactured Lithium batteries.
Since all chemical reactions are taking place on the surface of the cathodes and anodes, respectively, the development of heat during charge and discharge tends, in theory, to be zero.
These properties are similar to the fast reactions of a super capacitator without reducing the cell/battery life.
With this technology, it is also possible to absorb very large energy volumes (more than 10 MW - e.g. off-shore wind power parks).
Looking at the individual cell, the construction of the single cells is so formed, that internal resistance lies in an area of m ?. In an electro-chemical cell, the interior resistance is the sum of the ionic and electronic resistance of the cell elements.
Today's Lithium batteries are limited to 800- 20.000 cycles, thus reducing their useful life. From a scientific view, this problem is of a very complex nature. This is particularly true for today's Lithium ion batteries. Key for the useful life of Lithium ion polymer cells are the reactions of the electrodes' materials with each other and with the electrolyte.