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Concept And Physicochemical Bases Of Lithium Battery Recycling Comprising Aprotic Electrolytes

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/EENV030261

Volume

62

Pages

6

Published

2003

Size

283.07 kb

Author(s)

V. N. Plakhotnyk, N. F. Tovmash, А. А. Evtuh, N. E. Soroka, V. P. Frolov, A. M. Oreshkin, L. A. Stromtsova & A. V. Plakhotnyk

Abstract

Concept and physicochemical bases of lithium battery recycling comprising aprotic electrolytes V. N. plakhotnykl, N. F. ~ovmash', A. A. ~vtuhl, N. E. sorokal, V. P. ~ r o l o v ~ , A. M. 0reshkin2, L. A. strorntsova2 & A. V. plakhotnyk3 '~niepropetrovsk State Technical University of Railway Transport, Ukraine 2 State Design Ofice Yuzhnoye, Ukraine 3~ational Ecological Center of Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk Branch, Ukraine Abstract A concept is stated and experimental results and estimations are discussed pertaining to and being the physicochemical foundations of production methods to recycle lithium batteries comprising electrolytes, this being the lithium salts solution in aprotic mediums. Electrochemical systems, components size, and stated requirements of the end product's composition and quality are marked out as the most essential factors governing a strategy of recycling methods. System Li/LiBF4, GBL/(CF,) was taken as an example to examine production method options, which ensure recycling

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