STRATEGIES FOR INORGANIC RESEARCH ON ELECTRICAL-ENERGY-STORAGE SYSTEMS

Authors
  1. Casey, E.J.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Conventional and the newer batteries are the backbone of the electrical energy storage systems widely in use today. However, other systems are emerging. In this paper they will be treated in the following order: (a) Gaseous Electrical-Energy-Storage Systems, (b) Conventional Storage-Battery Systems, (c) Molten-Salt Storage Battery Systems and (d) Some Unproven but Possible New Rechargeable Systems. Following a short introduction under each heading, some difficult, perhaps intriguing, inorganic research problems are outlined. Some principles for plotting strategy for inorganic research, limited in this paper to the topic of electrical energy storage, conclude the presentation.
Report Number
794 — Paper presented at the Symposium on Strategies for Inorganic Research in Canada
Date of publication
01 Jan 1979
Number of Pages
6
Reprinted from
Chemistry in Canada, vol 31, no 1, 1979, p 28-33
DSTKIM No
80-02164
CANDIS No
89850
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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