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Positive Electrodes in Lithium Systems

  • Robert A. Huggins
Chapter

Abstract

Several types of lithium batteries are used in a variety of commercial products, and are produced in very large numbers. According to various reports, the sales volume in 2008 was approximately 10 billion dollars per year, and it was growing rapidly. Most of these products are now used in relatively small electronic devices, but there is also an extremely large potential market if lithium systems can be developed sufficiently to meet the requirements for hybrid, or even plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Keywords

Nickel Chromium Lithium Cobalt Manganese 

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  • Robert A. Huggins
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  1. 1.Department of Materials Science & EngineeringStanford UniversityStanfordUSA

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