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TDTO (Three-Dimensional Titanium Oxide)
The present invention belongs to the technical field of rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors. Particularly, it relates to an electrode material for rechargeable batteries and electrochemical capacitors, a method for preparing the same, and rechargeable batteries as well as electrochemical capacitors.
Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries
The presented technology offers methods for the synthesis and preparation of carbon coated metal oxide nanoparticles for application as anodic materials in lithium-ion batteries.
The presented technology is a newly developed sucrose supported synthesis of transition metal doped zinc oxide nanoparticles, which can be used as active material for the fabrication of high capacity anodes for lithium-ion batteries.
Metal free, printable electrode based on an organic compound prepared by polymerization of triaryl amine.
Compensating for Leakage current
Efficient charging of traction batteries is a key technology for the success of electric vehicles on the market. To this end, concepts for transformerless on-board chargers are currently being increasingly considered. Interfering high leakage currents to ground can be prevented or compensated for by this invention.
Modular charging station
This modular charging station for small, battery-operated devices like electric toothbrushes enables low-wear charging of batteries and reduces messy cabling.
Intelligent charging for electric vehicles
Short charging times are essential for the acceptance of battery-powered vehicles. As a result, three-phase on-board chargers are increasingly being installed in electric vehicles as they significantly reduce charging times compared to single-phase charging circuits.