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In response to the need for better batteries, the lithium-ion battery (LIB) was conceived and developed in Japan by Asahi Kasei Co. and first commercialized by Sony Co. in 1991, followed by A&T Battery Co. (a joint company of Toshiba Battery and Asahi Kasei Co.) in 1992. The LIB was accepted immediately because of its high-energy density, good performance, and no memory effect as occurred with nickel–cadmium (Ni–Cd) or nickel-hydride (Ni–MH) batteries. Some of the subjects discussed in this resource include Carbon-Conductive Additives for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Michael E. Spahr, as well as Flame-Retardant Additives for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Masashi Otsuki and Takao Ogino. Interested in a detailed review of separators used in Li-Ion battery applications and their chemical, mechanical, and electrochemical properties, then this chapter entitled Lithium-Ion Battery Separators, by Zhengming (John) Zhang and Premanand Ramadass will be of interest to you.
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