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A study of electrochemical and microchemical processes in the fluorocarbon-lithium model coin cells BR2325 under storage and their influence for the long life of "CF1+x-Li” sources

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7 Author(s)
Mitkin, V.N. ; Inst. of Inorg. Chem., Acad. of Sci., Novosibirsk, Russia ; Galkin, P.S. ; Denisova, T.N. ; Koreneva, O.V.
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The main reason for corrosion phenomena in CF1+x-Li cells in the presence of cathodic composites of the unremoved moisture even at a level of 0.0N mass. % is the generation small amounts of HF. Here, the authors study the electrochemical and microstructural processes in such batteries. These phenomena decrease the storage life of CF1+x-Li cells and accelerate the self-discharge processes

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Battery Conference on Applications and Advances, 1998., The Thirteenth Annual

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13-16 Jan 1998