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Battery Developments
Inventions in the 1700s and 1800s are well documented and credit goes to the dignified inventors. Benjamin Franklin invented the Franklin stove, bifocal eyeglasses and the lightning rod. He was unequaled in American history as an inventor until Thomas Edison emerged. Edison was a good businessman who may have taken credit for inventions others had made. Contrary to popular belief, Edison did not invent the light bulb; he improved upon a 50-year-old idea by using a small, carbonized filament lit up in a better vacuum. Although a number of people had worked on this idea before, Edison gained the financial reward by making the concept commercially viable to the public. The phonograph is another success story for which Edison received due credit.
Countries often credit their own citizens for having made important inventions, whether or not they deserve it. When visiting museums in Europe, the USA and Japan one sees such bestowment. The work to develop the car, x-ray machines, telephones, broadcast radio, televisions and computers might have been done in parallel, not knowing of others advancements at that time, and the rightful inventor is often not clearly identified. Similar uncertainties exist with the invention of new battery systems, and we give respect to research teams and organizations rather than individuals. Table 1 summarizes battery advancements and lists inventors when available.
 
Year
Inventor
Activity
1600
William Gilbert (UK)
Establishment of electrochemistry study
1791
Luigi Galvani (Italy)
Discovery of animal electricity
1800
1802
1820
1833
1836
1839
1859
1868
1899
Alessandro Volta (Italy)
William Cruickshank (UK)
André-Marie Ampère (France)
Michael Faraday (UK)
John F. Daniell (UK)
William Robert Grove (UK)
Gaston Planté (France)
Georges Leclanché (France)
 Waldmar Jungner (Sweden)
Invention of the voltaic cell (zinc, copper disks)
First electric battery capable of mass production
Electricity through magnetism
Announcement of Faradays law
Invention of the Daniell cell
Invention of the fuel cell (H2/O2)
Invention of the lead acid battery
Invention of the Leclanché cell (carbon-zinc)
Invention of the nickel-cadmium battery
1901
1932
1947
1949
1970s
1990
1991
1994
1996
1996
Thomas A. Edison (USA)
Shlecht & Ackermann (D)
Georg Neumann (Germany)
Lew Urry, Eveready Battery
Group effort
Group effort
Sony (Japan)
Bellcore (USA)
Moli Energy (Canada)
University of Texas (USA)
Invention of the nickel-iron battery
Invention of the sintered pole plate
Successfully sealing the nickel-cadmium battery
Invention of the alkaline-manganese battery
Development of valve-regulated lead acid battery
Commercialization of nickel-metal-hydride battery
Commercialization of lithium-ion battery
Commercialization of lithium-ion polymer
Introduction of Li-ion with manganese cathode
Identification of Li-phosphate (LiFePO4)
2002
University of Montreal, Quebec Hydro, MIT, others
Improvement of Li-phosphate, nanotechnology, commercialization
 
Table 1: History of modern battery development.No new major battery system has entered the commercial market since the invention of Li-phosphate in 1996.


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