Lithium-ion Battery
Inventor Michael Stanley Whittingham
Michael Stanley Whittingham
Born22 December 1941
| Age 82

Michael Stanley Whittingham 1970

British chemist M. Stanley Whittingham started researching lithium battery in the early 1970s. He discovered how to store lithium ions using titanium(IV) sulphide and lithium metal as the electrodes.

He discovered the intercalation electrodes and invented the first rechargeable lithium-ion battery, patented in 1977.

He is known as the Founding Father of lithium-ion batteries. Whittingham, along with John B. Goodenough and Akira Yoshino, was awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Lithium Ev Battery
Lithium Ev Battery

Battery Revolution
Lithium Phone Battery
Lithium Phone Battery

The Lithium-ion battery has made pocket mobile phones a reality. A small compact rechargeable battery cell that can be reused many times over. Electric cars with long range now a reality.
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