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Friday, August 13, 2010
In the process of fast development in li-ion laptop battery, startling news has been released these days. It is reported that vehicles are trend to batteries to get rid of the storage of petroleum, especially when new material nanoporous silicon has been proved to be effective. I just can’t help to consider if the requirements of lithium-ions come to be much more than those of petroleum, what will happen to the whole industry.
With the capacity of laptop battery increased every year, even if new technology can help us to optimize the functions, we come to need more li-ions inside the battery. In the internal structure of battery cells, all kinds of materials and ingredients are related with li-ions, such as intercalated lithium compound, lithium manganese oxide, lithium hydroxide, lithium-ion phosphate cathode and so on.
In the past, we are satisfied with Thinkpad T61 battery with output power of 52W which seems to be higher than a standard laptop battery of other brand. With time goes by, when more additional functions and new components are added into the laptop, many compatible batteries are of 9 cells or even 12 cells. Thus IBM has researched a lot about the battery performance and has released a new IBM Thinkpad battery which can be charged for nearly 800-1000 times.
Without doubt, including complexes of lithium-ions, when li-ion condensers become more and more popular in the field of auto industry, the storage of li-ions is most likely to happen to laptop battery, some like high capacity IBM Thinkpad battery in particular.
Nowadays, some new cathode materials like iron-phosphate particles, with hundredfold nanometers indiameter, are said to improve and update the functions of lithium-ion laptop battery. I believe that Thinkpad T61 battery will be more powerful one day without add any other cells there. However, if the storage of li-ions occurs, it is really urgent for us to find out another replacement or increase the usage rate in inside the battery cells.
by: USB Phone World