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Comminution and Classification as Important Processes for the Circular Production of Lithium Batteries

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posted on 2024-02-29, 00:21 authored by Arno Kwade, Marcel Möller, Jannes Müller, Jutta Hesselbach, Sabrina Zellmer, Stefan Doose, Julian Mayer, Peter Michalowski, Malcolm Powell, Sandra Breitung-Faes

  

This presentation explores the pivotal role of comminution and classification processes in fostering the circular production of lithium batteries. Beginning with an overview of the sustainability challenges within lithium-ion battery (LiB) production, it delves into the sustainable production of electrodes and cells. Key topics include the integration of comminution and classification processes into electrode material synthesis, mechanochemical synthesis for solid electrolytes, and the importance of dispersion in enhancing battery performance. Additionally, it highlights advancements in recycling processes for production scrap and end-of-life batteries. The presentation concludes with a forward-looking perspective on the future of milling and classification processes in shaping the energy storage materials industry.

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