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Sep 29, 2016

Lithium-ion batteries are by far the most common type of battery technology, but indeed there are some security risks of its own, such as overheating and fire. These issues also dragged down the promotion of certain emerging technologies, such as lithium-sulfur batteries and lithium-air batteries. Both batteries are lighter than current lithium-ion batteries on the market, but also greater security risks. The good news is, a group of researchers at Stanford University have recently discovered a method to improve the safety of lithium-ion batteries. In order to avoid spontaneous combustion in the next-generation batteries, Stanford researchers find a way to stop dendrites. In the experiment, they are in the midst of a button battery electrolyte added two chemicals, respectively improve battery lithium nitrate, lithium electrode Li-poly-sulfur and decomposition. In the use of different measurement tests, they managed to get the Crystal presents a harmless pizza appearance of the generated, rather than the risk of DCs.