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This revolutionary innovation finally makes it possible to double the range of electric cars

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The subject has been around for years now and yet we are still waiting for their massive arrival on the market. Solid state batteries should revolutionize the autonomy of electric cars, both in terms of safety and autonomy or charging time.

Unlike classic Lithium-ion or LPF batteries found in most current electric cars, solid state batteries do not use electrolyte liquid, but a solid conductive substrate – hence their name. This makes it possible to use metallic lithium directly on the anode.

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This allows you to multiply the storage capacity. In addition to this, the technology can allow charging times reduced to a few minutes. All without risk of explosion in the event of an accident. However, a problem has so far prevented the technology from being generalized.

Technically called SEI matrix batteries, this new type of accumulators is not, unlike conventional batteries, affected by the formation of dendrites – metal formations that irreversibly reduce battery capacity, while posing a significant risk of short circuiting.

However, in the interface between the anode and the solid material which replaces the electrolyte, pieces of metallic lithium detach it from the anode over the charge and discharge cycles. dump. Lithium “dead” because it is useless for storing the energy of the battery which therefore sees its capacity significantly reduced.

However, according to a paper published in the journal Nature, this process is not, as we thought, irreversible. Researchers have indeed discovered that it is enough to completely empty a solid state cell and let it rest for a few hours to return everything to normal, restoring the battery's capacity to 100%.

A behavior which can a priori be managed by a simple software adaptation of the battery controller. Since electric car batteries consist of around 4,000 cells, it is relatively trivial to organize the “reset” progressive of all cells without user intervention.

Which therefore authorizes SEI technology to take a new step with a view to revolutionizing the&# 8217;autonomy, lifespan and recharging of electric cars.

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  • Solid state batteries are still struggling to arrive on the market due to a lifespan problem that researchers are still struggling to overcome.
  • However, according to a scientific paper the solution to overcome this problem would be very simple!
  • It would in fact simply be enough to let each cell discharge completely and leave them like this for a few hours so that the battery regains 100% of its initial capacity.
  • Enough to finally allow the massive arrival of this new type of battery in electric cars.

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116