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Kamenev Y. B., Chunts N. I., Shtompel' G. A., Skachkov Y. V. Research of influence of carbon additives in negative active material on work of the lead-acid batteries in partial state of charge mode.. Electrochemical Energetics, 2011, vol. 11, iss. 3, pp. 146-153. DOI: 10.18500/1608-4039-2011-11-3-146-153, EDN: OWWFSD

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Research of influence of carbon additives in negative active material on work of the lead-acid batteries in partial state of charge mode.

Autors: 
Kamenev Yurii Borisovich, Scientific and Technological Center of JSC Elektrotyaga
Chunts Nataliya Ivanovna, Scientific and Technological Center of JSC Elektrotyaga
Shtompel' Georgii Alekseevich, Scientific and Technological Center of JSC Elektrotyaga
Skachkov Yurii Vasil'evich, 1 Central Research Institute of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
Abstract: 

Influence of the carbon additive in negative active material (NAM) on a resource of the lead-acid batteries working in a partial state of charge mode is studied. Extreme character of dependence of speed of degradation NAM from the maintenance in it of carbon is confirmed. Perceptivity of introduction of the carbon additive in negative electrodes of the lead-acid batteries working at partial state of charge mode is demonstrated.

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Received: 
30.10.2011
Accepted: 
30.10.2011
Published: 
30.11.2011