Lithium sulfur battery

Lithium sulfur battery

Batteries


caption=lithium sulfur battery
NomV=often packaged for 3 Volts, cell voltage in range 2.5-1.7.
EtoW=350 Wh/kg [Sion Power, Inc. (28 September 2005) [http://www.sionpower.com/pdf/sion_product_spec.pdf Lithium Sulfur Rechargeable Battery Data Sheet] "www.sionpower.com"]
EtoS=350 Wh/l
PtoW=
CtoDE= C/5 nominal; up to 2C
EtoCP=
SDR=
TD=
CD=

The lithium sulfur battery (Li-S battery) is a rechargeable galvanic cell with a high energy density. [Moore, Wm. (11 December 2004) [http://www.evworld.com/article.cfm?storyid=788 "Sion Introduces a Lithium Sulfur Rechargeable Battery"] "EV World"] The chemical reactions are analogous to those in those in the sodium-sulfur battery.Fact|date=September 2008 By virtue of the low atomic weight of lithium, Li-S batteries are light-weight. They have been demonstrated on solar powered airplanes. [Amos, J. (24 August 2008) [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7577493.stm "Solar plane makes record flight"] "BBC News"]

References

External links

* Tudron, F.B., Akridge, J.R., and Puglisi, V.J. (2004) [http://www.sionpower.com/pdf/articles/PowerSources2004.pdf "Lithium-Sulfur Rechargeable Batteries: Characteristics, State of Development, and Applicability to Powering Portable Electronics"]
* Akridge, J.R. (October 2001) [http://www.sionpower.com/pdf/articles/CellandBatterySafety0602.pdf "Lithium Sulfur Rechargeable Battery Safety"] "Battery Power Products & Technology"


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