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Vol.15 No.1 <2017 Jan-Feb>

The challenge of the rechargeable battery revolution

2017.03.14 Published


-putting better batteries into practical use-

Contents

Special tripartite talk

Out-of-the-box thinking led to the invention of lithium ion batteries

Koichi Mizushima
(Executive fellow, Toshiba Research Consulting Corporation)

Akira Yoshino
(Advisor, Asashi Kasei Corporation)

Kohei Uosaki
(Fellow, Director of Center for Green Research on Energy and Environmental Materials, NIMS)


Basics of batteries

What are batteries?
What determines battery performance?
How do chemical batteries work?
Revolutionary lithium batteries.
Basic battery structure.
History of battery development

Next-generation Battery 1

All-solid-state batteries

Kazunori Takada
(Deputy director-general, Center for Green Research on Energy and Environmental Materials)


Next-generation Battery 2

The Li-air battery

Yoshimi Kubo
(Team Leader, Lithium Air Battery Specially Promoted Research Team, GREEN,
Center for Green Research on Energy and Environmental Materials)
 


Computational Science

Computational approaches change the common sense of rechargeable batteries

Yoshitaka Tateyama
(Group Leader, Interface Computational Science Group, Center for Green Research on Energy and Environmental Materials)


 


Characterization Technology

 Single Particle Measurement -key to the enhancement of battery performance

Kei Nishikawa
(Senior Researcher, Interfacial Energy Conversion Group, Center for Green Research on Energy and Environmental Materials)

What is ALCA-SPRING?
What is the NIMS Battery Research Platform?

Science is even more amazing than you think (maybe…)

High performance rechargeable batteries will ease Japan's electric power issues
written by Akio Etori
illustration by Joe Okada (vision track)

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