• Do you know the current collector of the battery?

    Copper and aluminum are the most commonly used materials for anode and cathode current collectors, respectively. Among them, aluminum foil is easier to form an oxide film on the surface regardless of whether it is in the air or in the electrolyte. At... More

    2020-12-21 News
  • What is battery self-discharge and electrode instability?

    Self-discharge refers to the natural loss of electrical capacity when the battery is not in use. The capacity loss caused by self-discharge of lithium-ion battery is divided into two situations: one is reversible capacity loss; the other is irreversi... More

    2020-12-14 News
  • Analysis of the cause of battery capacity loss? (1)

    Overcharge The so-called overcharging is the process of continuing to charge after exceeding the specified charge termination voltage (usually 4.2V). In the case of overcharge, the battery capacity will be attenuated, mainly due to the following fact... More

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  • What are the recycling technologies for used dry batteries?

    a. Manual sorting and recycling technology Generally, dry batteries are classified and then simply mechanically dissected to manually separate zinc skins, plastic covers, carbon rods, etc., and the remaining mixture of Mn02, manganese, etc. is sent b... More

    2020-11-30 News
  • What is the current status of waste battery recycling? 

    The most widely used industrial battery in China is lead storage battery. Lead accounts for more than 50% of the total cost of storage battery. It mainly uses fire method, hydrometallurgical process and solid-phase electrolytic reduction technology. ... More

    2020-11-23 News