On 6/23/2020 1:30 PM, Lawrence Winiarski wrote:
Bill Dube ->  Do you mean the solvent is flammable?  Ugg....That could be a big problem.   Do you know what is used?

Ethylene carbonate is a common li-ion cell electrolyte. Wikipedia explains that there are several organic solvents that are commonly used:


None of the li-ion cells have water-based electrolyte. This is because the cell cannot have water in it anywhere, or air, because that would combine with the active lithium compounds and render them somewhat inert.

Bill D.

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