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Energy Materials Research Centre (EMRC)

RESEARCH INTERNSHIP - Renewable Energy, Energy Storage, Environmental Protection, Advanced Agriculture DIPLOMA COURSE - Diploma In Renewable Energy Application, CERTIFICATE COURSE, Commercialization Of Sodium-Ion Batteries ADDON COURSE - Lithium-Ion Battery Pack Production Line Professional Course We're focused on research excellence, effective industrial partnerships and creative engineering education. Best Teacher Good teacher include skills in communication, listening, collaboration, adaptability, empathy and patience. Library & Book Store The library’s collection of books, journals, and other materials be so constituted and organized to provide direct support to all Internship and Research Students will work on a research project mentored by an EMRC researcher, gain valuable skills for success in their chosen field.

lithium battery

  Today there are different kind of batteries based on the application for which they will be used. Actually. Li-ion batteries   are the most popular. Let's have a closer look to the internal structure of a   lithium ion cell   in order to understand how it works: If we open a battery pack and break it down we can see different layers of chemical compounds inside it. Lithium ion batteries work on a concept associated with metals called  electrochemical potential . Electrochemical potential is the tendency of a metal to lose  electrons . In fact, the very first cell developed by Alessandro Volta more than 200 years ago was based on the concept of electrochemical potential.  Lithium  is the metal which has the highest tendency to lose electrons and it is used in lithium ion cells. It has only one electron in its outer shell and it wants always to lose this electron. Due to this reason, pure lithium is a  highly reactive metal  and it even reacts with water and air. The trick of a lit

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