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Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry

, Volume 23, Issue 12, pp 3319–3328 | Cite as

Relaxation electrochemical noise of Li/SOCl2 and Li/MnO2 primary batteries

  • E. A. AstafevEmail author
  • Yu. A. Dobrovolsky
Original Paper
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Abstract

Electrochemical noise measurements were carried out on commercially available Li/SOCl2 and Li/MnO2 primary batteries during relaxation following removal of load. Another type of experiment was performed with different values of DC current. Power spectral density dependencies on the load current were obtained in this way for both battery types. On the basis of the measurement results, a physical interpretation of noise-generating processes was proposed for the investigated battery types. Two distinct SOC evaluation techniques were tested for each battery type—one based on spectral characteristics of electrochemical noise for the Li/SOCl2 system and the other based on the relaxation time length of the electrochemical noise for the Li/MnO2 system.

Keywords

Electrochemical noise Power spectral density Primary lithium battery Thionyl-chloride Li-MnO2 battery Electrochemical impedance 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This work was performed in accordance with the state task, state registration No АААА-А19-119061890019-5.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RASChernogolovka,Russia

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