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Article – Journal of Advanced Chemical Sciences

Journal of Advanced Chemical Sciences, Volume 3,Issue 1,2017 Pages 428-433

Conjoint Beneficial Impacts of Lithium-Ion along with Aqueous Vitamin in Driven Rechargeable Batteries and also in Neurotransmitter Drugs
Koyeli Das, M.C. Roy, M.N. Roy*

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Lithium ions are “energy capsules”. The electrochemical calculations of the aqueous rechargeable lithium-ion battery has been widely investigated in efforts to design a green and safe technology that can provide a highly explicit capacity, high efficiency and long life for high power applications such as the smart grid and electric vehicle. It is assumed that the advantages of this battery will overcome the limitations of the rechargeable lithium-ion battery with organic electrolytes that encompass safety and create high production cost issues. This assessment focuses on the opportunities of the aqueous rechargeable lithium-ion battery compared to the conventional rechargeable lithium-ion battery with organic-based electrolytes. Previously reported studies are briefly summarized, together with the presentation of new findings based on the conductivity, morphology, electrochemical performance and cycling stability consequences. The factors that influence the electrochemical performance, the challenges and potential of the aqueous rechargeable lithium-ion battery are highlighted with emphasis on maintaining the excellent battery performance. Moreover current studies, tip to the possibility that long-term treatment with ascorbic acid based lithium drug might prove useful for reducing brain damage and motivating new neural growth in neurodegenerative diseases.

Keywords: Lithium-Ion Based Battery; Lithium-Ion Based Drugs; Ion–Solvent Interaction; Ion–Ion Interaction; Ascorbic Acid;

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