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Energy content is the amount of heat produced by the burning of 1 gram of a substance, and is measured in joules per gram (J/g).

Systems and methods using sequential lateral solidification for producing single or polycrystalline silicon thin films at low temperatures

System and methods for processing an amorphous silicon thin film sample into a single or polycrystalline silicon thin film are disclosed. The system includes an excimer laser for generating a plurality of excimer laser pulses of a predetermined fluence, an energy density modulator for controllably modulating fluence of the excimer laser pulses, a beam homoginizer for homoginizing modulated laser pulses in a predetermined plane, a mask for masking portions of the homoginized modulated laser pulses into patterned beamlets, a sample stage for receivingthe patterned beamlets to effect melting of portions of any amorphous silicon thin film sample placed thereon corresponding to the beamlets, translating means for controllably translating a relative position of the sample stage with respect to a position of the mask and a computer for controlling the controllable fluence modulation of the excimer laser pulses and the controllable relative positions of the sample stage and mask, and for coordinating excimer pulse generation and fluence modulation with the relative positions of the sample stage and mask, to thereby process amorphous silicon thin film sample into a single or polycrystalline silicon thin film by sequential translation of the sample stage relative to the mask and irradiation of the sample by patterned beamlets of varying fluence at corresponding sequential locations thereon.

Method and apparatus for a hybrid battery configuration for use in an electric or hybrid electric motive power system

A power system for an electric motor drive such as may be used in an electrically propelled vehicle incorporates the combination of a high power density battery and a high energy density battery to provide an optimal combination of high energy and high power, i.e., a hybrid battery system. The hybrid battery system in one form includes components which prevent electrical recharge energy from being applied to the high energy density battery while capturing regenerative energy in the high power density battery so as to increase an electric vehicle's range for a given amount of stored energy. A dynamic retarding function for absorbing electrical regenerative energy is used during significant vehicle deceleration and while holding speed on down-hill grades, to minimize mechanical brake wear and limit excessive voltage on the battery and power electronic control devices. The high energy density battery coupled in circuit with a boost converter, a high power density battery, a dynamic retarder, and an AC motor drive circuit. The hybrid battery system is controlled by a hybrid power source controller which receives signals from a vehicle system controller using current and voltage sensors to provide feedback parameters for the closed-loop hybrid battery control functions.

Batteries and electrodes for use thereof

The present invention generally relates to batteries or other electrochemical devices, and systems and materials for use in these, including novel electrode materials and designs. In some embodiments, the present invention relates to small-scale batteries or microbatteries. For example, in one aspect of the invention, a battery may have a volume of no more than about 5 mm3, while having an energy density of at least about 400 W h/l. In some cases, the battery may include a electrode comprising a porous electroactive compound. In some embodiments, the pores of the porous electrode may be at least partially filled with a liquid such as a liquid electrolyte. The electrode may be able to withstand repeated charging and discharging. In some cases, the electrode may have a plurality of protrusions and/or a wall (which may surround the protrusions, if present); however, in other cases, there may be no protrusions or walls. The electrode may be formed from a unitary material. In certain embodiments, a nonporous electrolyte may be disposed onto the electrode. Such an electrolyte may allow ionic transport (e.g., of lithium ions) while preventing dendritic formation due to the lack of pores. In certain embodiments the porous electrode has a surface that is denser than its interior. Other aspects of the invention are directed to techniques of making such electrodes or batteries, techniques of forming electrical connections to and packaging such batteries, techniques of using such electrodes or batteries, or the like.

Positive electrode and preparation method therefor, and lithium secondary battery

The invention discloses a positive electrode and a preparation method therefor, and a lithium secondary battery employing the positive electrode. The positive electrode comprises a conductive substrate, a positive electrode active material layer and a lithium-compensating layer which is arranged between the conductive substrate and the positive electrode active material layer; the lithium-compensating layer comprises at least a kind of lithium-containing compound, at least a kind of conductive agent and at least a kind of binder; the lithium-containing compound is chosen from the group formed by the compound as shown in the formula Li<x>A, wherein A is O, P, S or N; and x is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 3. The positive electrode provided by the invention has the lithium-compensating function, and is capable of effectively compensating the irreversible capacity loss of the lithium secondary ion in the charging-discharging process and improving the energy density of the battery; the lithium secondary ion has excellent cycling performance and high-rate discharging performance; the positive electrode provided by the invention does not require metal lithium; compared with the battery adopting metal lithium, the severity on the operating environment and operation process is lowered; and therefore, the positive electrode provided by the invention can be prepared by a conventional process under conventional conditions.

Method for preparing electrodes of super capacitor based on nickel foam and products thereof

The invention discloses a method for preparing electrodes of a dissymmetric super capacitor based on nickel foam. The method comprises the steps: washing the nickel foam, soaking the nickel foam into a graphene oxide aqueous solution to obtain nickel foam in which graphene oxide deposits, serving the nickel foam in which the graphene oxide deposits as precursor materials, and respectively adopting a three-electrode method for preparaing a positive electrode and a negative electrode of the dissymmetric super capacitor, wherein the positive electrode is composed of composite materials of graphene, a carbon nanometer tube and the nickel foam, and the negative electrode is composed of composite materials of graphene, manganese dioxide and the nickel foam. The invention further discloses some other methods for preparing the electrodes of the super capacitor based on the similar principle, and products which correspond to the methods. By means of the methods and the products, respective high-ratio capacitance characteristics of the composite materials are fully played, and energy density of the super capacitor is improved. In addition, usage of various combined reagents can be avoided, and accordingly large-batch industrial production is conducted in a mode of convenient control, low cost and low energy consumption.
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