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Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry

, Volume 22, Issue 11, pp 3597–3606 | Cite as

Measurement of electrochemical noise of a Li/MnO2 primary lithium battery

  • E. A. Astafev
  • A. E. Ukshe
  • Yu. A. Dobrovolsky
Original Paper
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Abstract

Electrochemical noise of a Li/MnO2 primary lithium battery was measured and analyzed during discharge process for the first time. The amplitude of the noise is shown to increase during battery discharge. The power spectral density frequency dependences of the noise are calculated for various stages of the battery discharge. The amplitudes of power spectral densities of the current noise nearly linear depend on the discharge voltage for frequencies below 1 Hz. The slope of the spectral power density frequency dependence of voltage noise changes from − 1 to − 2 during the battery discharge. It was found that the magnitude and slope of the power spectral density frequency dependence of the noise can be considered as a discharge criterion for a primary lithium battery.

Keywords

Electrochemical noise Spectral power density Chemical power sources Primary lithium battery Manganese dioxide 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RASChernogolovkaRussia

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