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.
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