Effect of amount of electrolyte, drain rate and electrode geometry on performance of copper oxide-magnesium thermal cells
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1968 - Science - 12 pages
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25-volt drop 5-volt cutoff amount of electrolyte anode anolyte cathode expansion cathode material cathode that expanded catholyte cell capacity cell operating voltage cell performance cell tested cells were discharged cells with poorer circuit voltage occurs copper oxide COPPER OXIDE-MAGNESIUM THERMAL cupric oxide current density depth of discharge direction of cathode discharge curve DRAIN RATE drop in open EFFECT OF AMOUNT electrolyte per ampere-hour electrolyte per unit electrolyte temperature end-of-life failure eutectic failure low cathode five cathode limited fixed external resistance grams of electrolyte horizontal cell influence mass transport latter stages Lawrence H Lewis Research Center lithium chloride Magnesium oxide mass transport characteristics open circuit voltage operating temperature promoted OXIDE-MAGNESIUM THERMAL CELLS parameter was evaluated PERFORMANCE OF COPPER poorer mass transport potassium chloride products of reaction rate of discharge rate of self-discharge related to current specific gravity stages of discharge step placement fraction temperature promoted premature unit of cell