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Scientists have learned to restore “dead” batteries



When the batteries are used cyclically, “clots” of inactive lithium are formed – these are the ones that the researchers paid attention to. Through research, they have found that it is possible to reactivate this “dead” lithium.

Scientists believed that applying voltage to such lithium “clumps” could reactivate them. To test these words, a test battery was created that allows real-time observation of lithium ions as the device is charged.

Experimenting with the battery has been shown to increase the life of the test battery by 30 percent. The material believes that this technology will quickly find its application. At least in the field of electric vehicles, where lifespan is critical.

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