Behavior of Small Lithium-ion Batteries During Overcharge

Safety level of small commercial Lithium-Ion cells with LiCoO2 as cathode material during overcharge was investigated. Conditions and possible mechanism of autocatalytic rise of temperature and pressure inside the battery were discussed.


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