Solid-State Battery

A solid-state battery uses lithium to store energy, similarly like the lithium-ion battery.
However, the Solid-State Battery uses pure 100% Lithium. The idea of using pure lithium metal in a battery is over 100 years old.
In contract – the lithium-ion Battery uses Lithium-compounds with 5-10% Lithium content only.

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Circular Economy for Lithium-Ion Batteries

Circular economy for end-of-life lithium-ion batteries promise helping to avoid the scarcity of primary raw materials. Keeping environmental costs low by limiting mining of raw materials. Circular value chains could also help solve waste and disposal problems when Lithium-ion reach the end-of -life after a few years. However, “highly developed” and “sustainable” value chains do not yet exist.

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Battery separators

A battery separator is a polymeric microporous foil that is positioned between the anode and the cathode in a battery cell. This positioning helps prevent electrical short-circuiting.

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