Un livre sur les batteries lithium-ion

 

Alexandre Chagnes et Jolanta Swiatowska, deux chercheurs de l’IRCP, publient un livre intitulé Lithium Process Chemistry : Resources, Extraction, Batteries and Recycling. Ce livre s’adresse aux chercheurs et étudiants intéressés par les batteries lithium-ion, la production de lithium et le recyclage des batteries, intégrant l’analyse du cycle de vie.

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Key Features

 

  • Provides fundamental and theoretical knowledge on hydrometallurgy and electrochemistry in lithium-ion batteries
  • Represents the first time that hydrometallurgy and electrochemistry on lithium-ion batteries are assembled in one unique source.
  • Ideal for both electrochemists who usually have no knowledge in hydrometallurgy and hydrometallurgists not familiar with electrochemistry applied to Li-ion batteries 
  • Presents recent developments, as well as challenges in lithium production and lithium-ion battery technologies and their recycling
  • Covers examples of Li processes production with schematics, also including numerous graphical presentations of different battery systems and their electrochemical performances

 

Description

 

Lithium Process Chemistry: Resources, Extraction, Batteries and Recycling presents, for the first time, the most recent developments and state-of-the-art of lithium production, lithium-ion batteries, and their recycling. 

The book provides fundamental and theoretical knowledge on hydrometallurgy and electrochemistry in lithium-ion batteries, including terminology related to these two fields. It is of particular interest to electrochemists who usually have no knowledge in hydrometallurgy and hydrometallurgists not familiar with electrochemistry applied to Li-ion batteries.

 

It is also useful for both teachers and students, presenting an overview on Li production, Li-ion battery technologies, and lithium battery recycling processes that is accompanied by numerous graphical presentations of different battery systems and their electrochemical performances. The book represents the first time that hydrometallurgy and electrochemistry on lithium-ion batteries are assembled in one unique source.

 

Readership

 

Chemical engineers, metallurgists, academic researchers in these areas

Scientific libraries in universities and research institutes