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Silver market for new battery tech
09-26-2015, 01:17 AM #1
SpiritMasonChazz Member
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Silver In Batteries
In recent years, silver oxide batteries have begun to replace the once-ubiquitous lithium battery.

Though they are more expensive, silver cell batteries have power-to-weight ratios that outweigh their competitors. Thus, many current rechargeable and disposable batteries are manufactured with silver alloys as their negative side or cathode.

The most common silver oxide battery is the small button-cell battery used in cameras, toys, hearing aids, watches and calculators. This size is approximately 35% silver by weight.

Due to environmental and safety concerns, silver oxide batteries are also beginning to replace lithium ion batteries in mobile phones and laptop computers. Another newly popular type of battery is the silver zinc battery. These feature a water-based chemistry and contain no lithium or flammable liquids.

Considering this evolution of health and safety standards and environmental concerns, we anticipate silver’s role in batteries to be more important than ever in coming years.
09-26-2015, 01:34 AM #2
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That little button battery may have 35% silver in it might want to keep the old used ones may have recycle value soon. I think the silver battery market is on the down low on this for now. But once you get one and your run time doubles in your cell lap top or tablet you will want the silver battery for the little extra money it cost.
09-26-2015, 01:39 AM #3
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Silver-oxide battery
Specific energy 130 Wh/kg[1]
Energy density 500 Wh/L[1]
Specific power High
Charge/discharge efficiency N/A
Energy/consumer-price Low
Self-discharge rate 5% /y [2]
Time durability High
Cycle durability N/A
A silver-oxide battery (IEC code: S) is a primary cell with a very high energy/weight ratio. Available either in small sizes as button cells (where the amount of silver used is minimal and not a significant contributor to the product cost), or in large custom designed batteries where the superior performance of the silver-oxide chemistry outweighs cost considerations. These larger cells are mostly found in applications for the military, for example in Mark 37 torpedoes or on Alfa-class submarines. In recent years they have become important as reserve batteries for manned and unmanned spacecraft. Spent batteries can be processed to recover their silver content.

Silver-oxide primary batteries account for over 20% of all primary battery sales in Japan (67,000 out of 232,000 in September 2012).[3]

A related rechargeable secondary battery usually called a silver–zinc battery uses a variation of silver–oxide chemistry. It shares most of the characteristics of the silver-oxide battery, and in addition, is able to deliver one of the highest specific energies of all presently known electrochemical power sources. Long used in specialized applications, it is now being developed for the consumer market.
09-26-2015, 01:53 AM #4
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My 2 cents is they have been keeping silver out of the public battery tech market. This could be the Silver spike trigger they don't want to have to compete against as they are desperately devaulating gold & silver. It can show how valubale this super conductor silver has. Health money & high tech future value.$ 50.00 a once of silver once the Vail is lifted for starters.
09-26-2015, 02:19 AM #5
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The only silver oxide battery available to the public are the button battery's. Some are so good they can run a wrist watch for 5 years.
09-26-2015, 04:40 AM #6
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One star I guess you like taking a hour to charge your phone to have limited battery life And like old nickel nicad battery tech. You just don't see what I see they live you sleep. Go back to sleep now the sand pile is waiting for your head.
09-26-2015, 05:05 AM #7
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I tried getting a PDF file on this tech but it was removed. I believe Apple wanted to go this route back in 2009 but fell off the radar on this tech. Japan seems to be the leader but is limited to button sized use for the public. Our military is the only ones able to have these type of battery's for now. I think this should be demanded tech for electric cars. Tesla car builders should be helped by our gov and not have hidden red tape sabatoge this developing future tech.
09-26-2015, 05:09 AM #8
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I don't have much to back what I'm saying and can't blame the one star bandit. But I know this is going to come out in main stream soon they and the one star bandit can't keep us down much longer.
09-26-2015, 05:51 AM #9
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09-26-2015, 12:58 PM #10
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(09-26-2015, 05:09 AM)SpiritMasonChazz Wrote:  I don't have much to back what I'm saying and can't blame the one star bandit. But I know this is going to come out in main stream soon they and the one star bandit can't keep us down much longer.

I gave it five pointy things.

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09-26-2015, 07:20 PM #11
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(09-26-2015, 12:58 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  
(09-26-2015, 05:09 AM)SpiritMasonChazz Wrote:  I don't have much to back what I'm saying and can't blame the one star bandit. But I know this is going to come out in main stream soon they and the one star bandit can't keep us down much longer.

I gave it five pointy things.

So did I. This is good information for Silvertards like me.
09-26-2015, 09:46 PM #12
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iagree.gif Wish I had more fiat to invest in it.

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