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Lattice Energy LLC - LENRs in Li-ion batteries? - July 16 2010
 

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Low energy neutron reactions (LENRs) in advanced batteries and other condensed matter environments; could LENRs be involved in some Li-ion battery fires? Local electric fields greater than 10*11 V/m ...

Low energy neutron reactions (LENRs) in advanced batteries and other condensed matter environments; could LENRs be involved in some Li-ion battery fires? Local electric fields greater than 10*11 V/m on nanometer to micron length-scales near fractal structures, sharp tips, and nanoparticles: if heavy-mass e* electrons and ultra low momentum neutrons are produced in such spots, what are the potential implications for advanced batteries?

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  • Dear Readers:

    Please see an April 3, 2011, news story (URLs are provided down below) by Joan Lowy of the Associated Press (Washington) titled, “Report: Lithium batteries on crashed UPS plane.”

    Quoting selected excerpts directly from her concise, rather eye-catching story:

    “The cargo of a United Parcel Service plane that caught fire and crashed last year included lithium batteries that should have been declared as hazardous cargo, but weren't, according to an accident report released Sunday by the Dubai government's civil aviation authority.”

    “The report, which doesn't identify the cause of the fire, is expected to raise questions about shipments of the batteries. The batteries can short-circuit and cause fires that burn hot enough to melt an airplane.”

    “Fires involving rechargeable lithium-ion batteries can reach 1,100 degrees, close to the melting point of aluminum, a key material in airplane construction. Lithium-metal battery fires are far hotter, capable of reaching 4,000 degrees.”

    Source URL = http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_DUBAI_PLANE_CRASH?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

    TinyURL = http://tinyurl.com/6erkcf4

    Lewis Larsen, President and CEO, Lattice Energy LLC
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  • Dear Readers: since this presentation was uploaded to SlideShare on July 16, 2010, a very large US company with a strong interest in Lithium-ion battery safety issues has conducted private laboratory experiments in which they learned how to trigger a very specific type on internal electrical short (failure mode) that Lattice believes could potentially lead to the creation of tiny, internal micron-scale LENR ‘fireballs’ that could in principle initiate macroscopic, very hot-burning metal oxidation reactions that can generate their own oxygen inside battery casings (as described in the presentation). These nonpublic experiments involved custom-built Li-ion battery packs consisting of 50-60 commodity 18650 Li-ion cells with a standard chemistry. Preliminary results of these deliberately induced, catastrophic Li-ion battery failures were eye-opening: anomalously high temperatures in excess of 3,000 degrees were measured and recorded before some failing battery packs were obliterated. A detailed explanation of exactly how such high temperatures might have been achieved under such conditions is under active investigation. Lew Larsen
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  • Thanks for the additional information. I have been closely following the Fleischmann Pons nuclear process since 1996. The thing that most convinced me it was a nuclear process were the experiments that showed nuclear transmutation. I think the Widom-Larsen theory is essentially correct. You and Widom have done and are doing the human race a great service.
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  • I apologize for assuming my mistakes were your mistakes. I was so used to reading documents in the Adobe frame window I didn't realize Adobe had a full screen mode. The full screen mode makes the font sizes a lot more reasonable. Long ago I had forced the Adobe background to light gray because it was easier on the eyes than bright white. Every thing works a lot better with a dark blue background.
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  • Thanks for your reply. I agree increasing the zoom factor a little bit makes every thing readable,
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