• LITHIUM BATTERIES HOW THEY MAKE THEM

    LITHIUM BATTERIES HOW THEY MAKE THEM

    published: 21 Dec 2012
  • Lithium Mining in Bolivia's Salt Flats | Global 3000

    With its vast reserves of lithium, Bolivia has a very valuable natural resource. Mining it with as little foreign involvement as possible would keep the profits and benefits in Bolivia. The lithium lies within a crust of salt, three and a half thousand meters up in the Andes. Find out more: www.dw.de/dw/episode/9798/0,,15846247,00.html

    published: 17 Apr 2012
  • Lithium: an unexpected journey | Ben Lillie | TEDxNewYork

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Why are there two rock songs about lithium but none about, say, beryllium? In a talk at once funny, profound, and educational, Ben Lillie weaves a tale about the origin of the mysterious element we know as lithium. Ben Lillie is a former particle physicist and the director of The Story Collider, a live series that features true stories about science.

    published: 15 Jan 2015
  • 3D printed battery: new smart inks to produce lithium-ion microbatteries

    Originally published on January 03, 2014 A new kind of "smart ink" developed by Harvard scientist Jennifer Lewis, head of the university's Lewis Lab, could enable traditional 3D printers to print tiny battery electrodes the size less than a human hair. To make the ink, nanoparticles of lithium titanium oxide are added to a vial of deionized water and ethylene glycol. Ceramic balls are used as agitators to break down the particles. The mixture is spun for 24 hours, after which the balls and larger particles are removed using filters and a centrifuge. The resulting ink is placed in a syringe, which is then inserted into a high-pressure dispenser housed in a traditional 3D printer. The custom-made syringe's nozzle tips, as small as one micrometer wide at the opening, allow precise patterni...

    published: 03 Feb 2014
  • How Lithium-Ion Batteries Are Made

    Technology Review visits Leyden Energy's pilot production line in Fremont, California to see how batteries are made.

    published: 24 May 2011
  • How it's made Lithium Ion batteries

    This is a segment from "How it's made" on lithium ion batteries

    published: 04 Mar 2008
  • Darstellung von Lithium (How to make lithium metal)

    Ein Beispiel für die industrielle Herstellung der Alkalimetalle. (Schmelzflusselektrolyse) An example of the industrial production of the alkali metals. (Fused salt electrolysis)

    published: 19 Jun 2013
  • French Scientists Produce Sodium-Ion Batteries

    French scientists recently produced a prototype of a sodium-ion battery, which could potentially replace lithium-ion batteries.

    published: 01 Dec 2015
  • Team Orion LiPo Battery Production Insight

    With Team Orions latest video they give you the chance to get an insight into their World Champion battery production! Learn how the world's fastest lipo batteries are produced under the surveillance of Team Orion's Research and Development Manager Oscar Jansen. RC-Area - Daily RC News - www.rc-area.co.uk

    published: 08 Aug 2012
  • The Elements: Lithium

    This is the old video. For and updated version with a new reaction and much better sound quality check this out. https://youtu.be/oeAgajcTvQQ Lithium is the third element on the periodic table and the first of the alkaline metals. This video goes over just a few reaction involving lithium metal to produce Oxide's, Hydroxide's, and Chloride's. Reactions: Lithium and Water- This reaction shows just how reactive lithium is by reacting it with a very weak acid water. This is a very exothermic reaction that will sometimes ignite one of the reactants, Hydrogen on fire with a bright red flame. 2Li+2H2O-2LiOH+H2 Lithium and Oxygen- This reaction shows the incredibly exothermic reaction of Lithium and oxygen to make Lithium Oxide. This Is Very Important! When I Say Pure Oxygen I Mean Enriched O...

    published: 01 Oct 2013
  • How is a Lithium-Ion Pouch-Cell Manufactured in the Lab?

    Without them, today's mobile phones, mp3-players, notebooks and electric vehicles would be unthinkable: Lithium-Ion Batteries. But how do they work? What do they consist of? How are they manufactured? -- Scientists from the Institute for Applied Materials (IAM-WPT) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), a partner of the knowledge and innovation community KIC InnoEnergy, give an answer to these questions in this video. Dr. Bauer provided us with further information in an extensive interview on the technical production of lithium-ion batteries: "New technologies for cost-efficient, safe and reliable energy" - http://explore-house.eu/en/2013/09/04/new-technologies-for-cost-efficient-safe-and-reliable-energy-storage/ German version: http://youtu.be/OgK6Eno_PlM

    published: 14 May 2014
  • Lithium - A more violent reaction

    Lithium is a metallic element found in group 1 of the periodic table. It is an alkali metal, and will react very quickly with water, while also being one of the few metals which will react with Nitrogen under normal conditions. You may have witnessed the reaction between Lithium and water before, and you may also have seen that the Hydrogen gas produced in the reaction can be ignited to produce a vibrant red flame. However, what you may not be aware of is that under the right conditions Lithium can react extremely vigorously, even exploding and propelling molten pieces of the metal great distances much like the reaction of other alkali metals (such as Potassium) with water. In this video you will see the reaction of Lithium with water, and also the ignition of the Hydrogen gas produce...

    published: 29 Oct 2012
  • China's First Automatic Production Line of Lithium ion Battery Begins Operation

    China's first domestically developed automatic production line of high capacity lithium-ion batteries was put into operation on Tuesday in Xinyu, east China's Jiangxi Province. The whole automatic production line possesses proprietary intellectual property rights. With a two billion yuan investment value, the project will build three production lines during the preliminary stage. When put into operation, production lines will produce high capacity lithium-ion battery of two billion watt per hour, with an annual value of four billion yuan. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170322/8045985.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook...

    published: 22 Mar 2017
  • Lithium and water

    full reaction explained: The reaction of lithium with water to produce a metal hydroxide and hydrogen is called hydrolysis. All elements of group 1A undergo hydrolysis when placed in water because of their high electropositivity. The electrons of the outer shells of this group are weakly attracted to the nucleus, being shielded from nuclear charge by the inner shells of electrons. These outer electrons are readily ejected from the atom in chemical reactions, producing a positive ion having the same electronic configuration as the nearest noble gas. When exposed to water, surface atoms of lithium shed their outer electrons. Water molecules near the lithium surface dissociate into H– and –OH groups. The negatively charged –OH groups bond ionically with positively charged lithium ions, produc...

    published: 31 Jul 2016
  • Things to know about Lithium || Obsessed Scientist

    Lithium is rare in universe .Although it was one of the three elements. Along with hydrogen and helium .To be created in Big Bang The element was discovered on earth in 1817 by Johan August Afredson in Stockholm Where he investigated Petalite. One of the first Lithium mineral to be discovered. He deduced that petalite contains an unknown metal ,Which he called Lithium From the Greek word for a stone Lithos, Although he never produced any, He reasoned that it is a new alkali metal and lighter than sodium . However unlike sodium, Which Humphry Davy had isolated in 1807, By the electrolysis of sodium hydroxide. Afredson was unable to produce lithium by the same method. A sample of lithium was finally extracted in 1855, By the electrolysis of molten lithium chloride. Once lithium discover...

    published: 01 Apr 2015
  • Lithium in Water to Produce Hydrogen Gas

    Music is not Mine Lithium and Water react vigorously since lithium is the first alkali metal. It yeilds lithium Hydroxide and hydrogen gas. I contain the gas and combust it to prove that it is hydrogen gas. Sorry if you cannot see the lithium in water reaction that well, I will put another video up of a much larger piece in water. Thanks!

    published: 19 Aug 2012
LITHIUM BATTERIES HOW THEY MAKE THEM

LITHIUM BATTERIES HOW THEY MAKE THEM

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LITHIUM BATTERIES HOW THEY MAKE THEM
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Lithium Mining in Bolivia's Salt Flats | Global 3000

Lithium Mining in Bolivia's Salt Flats | Global 3000

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  • Updated: 17 Apr 2012
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With its vast reserves of lithium, Bolivia has a very valuable natural resource. Mining it with as little foreign involvement as possible would keep the profits and benefits in Bolivia. The lithium lies within a crust of salt, three and a half thousand meters up in the Andes. Find out more: www.dw.de/dw/episode/9798/0,,15846247,00.html
https://wn.com/Lithium_Mining_In_Bolivia's_Salt_Flats_|_Global_3000
Lithium: an unexpected journey | Ben Lillie | TEDxNewYork

Lithium: an unexpected journey | Ben Lillie | TEDxNewYork

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  • Updated: 15 Jan 2015
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Why are there two rock songs about lithium but none about, say, beryllium? In a talk at once funny, profound, and educational, Ben Lillie weaves a tale about the origin of the mysterious element we know as lithium. Ben Lillie is a former particle physicist and the director of The Story Collider, a live series that features true stories about science.
https://wn.com/Lithium_An_Unexpected_Journey_|_Ben_Lillie_|_Tedxnewyork
3D printed battery: new smart inks to produce lithium-ion microbatteries

3D printed battery: new smart inks to produce lithium-ion microbatteries

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  • Updated: 03 Feb 2014
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Originally published on January 03, 2014 A new kind of "smart ink" developed by Harvard scientist Jennifer Lewis, head of the university's Lewis Lab, could enable traditional 3D printers to print tiny battery electrodes the size less than a human hair. To make the ink, nanoparticles of lithium titanium oxide are added to a vial of deionized water and ethylene glycol. Ceramic balls are used as agitators to break down the particles. The mixture is spun for 24 hours, after which the balls and larger particles are removed using filters and a centrifuge. The resulting ink is placed in a syringe, which is then inserted into a high-pressure dispenser housed in a traditional 3D printer. The custom-made syringe's nozzle tips, as small as one micrometer wide at the opening, allow precise patterning. The ink is solid under normal conditions, but liquefies under high pressure, so it returns to solid form once it leaves the syringe. The ink is used to print the battery's anode and cathode layer by layer following digital instructions. Finally, a case filled with electrolyte solutions encloses the electrodes to create a working lithium-ion microbatteries. Using this technology, microbatteries could be in between other components to help reduce the size of the gadgets. The microbatteries could supply electricity to tiny devices in fields from medicine to communications, including many that currently only exist in labs because batteries currently available on the market are either not small enough or lack sufficient energy to power them. -------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsUS Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS
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How Lithium-Ion Batteries Are Made

How Lithium-Ion Batteries Are Made

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Technology Review visits Leyden Energy's pilot production line in Fremont, California to see how batteries are made.
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How it's made Lithium Ion batteries

How it's made Lithium Ion batteries

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This is a segment from "How it's made" on lithium ion batteries
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Darstellung von Lithium (How to make lithium metal)

Darstellung von Lithium (How to make lithium metal)

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Ein Beispiel für die industrielle Herstellung der Alkalimetalle. (Schmelzflusselektrolyse) An example of the industrial production of the alkali metals. (Fused salt electrolysis)
https://wn.com/Darstellung_Von_Lithium_(How_To_Make_Lithium_Metal)
French Scientists Produce Sodium-Ion Batteries

French Scientists Produce Sodium-Ion Batteries

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  • Updated: 01 Dec 2015
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French scientists recently produced a prototype of a sodium-ion battery, which could potentially replace lithium-ion batteries.
https://wn.com/French_Scientists_Produce_Sodium_Ion_Batteries
Team Orion LiPo Battery Production Insight

Team Orion LiPo Battery Production Insight

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  • Updated: 08 Aug 2012
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With Team Orions latest video they give you the chance to get an insight into their World Champion battery production! Learn how the world's fastest lipo batteries are produced under the surveillance of Team Orion's Research and Development Manager Oscar Jansen. RC-Area - Daily RC News - www.rc-area.co.uk
https://wn.com/Team_Orion_Lipo_Battery_Production_Insight
The Elements: Lithium

The Elements: Lithium

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2013
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This is the old video. For and updated version with a new reaction and much better sound quality check this out. https://youtu.be/oeAgajcTvQQ Lithium is the third element on the periodic table and the first of the alkaline metals. This video goes over just a few reaction involving lithium metal to produce Oxide's, Hydroxide's, and Chloride's. Reactions: Lithium and Water- This reaction shows just how reactive lithium is by reacting it with a very weak acid water. This is a very exothermic reaction that will sometimes ignite one of the reactants, Hydrogen on fire with a bright red flame. 2Li+2H2O-2LiOH+H2 Lithium and Oxygen- This reaction shows the incredibly exothermic reaction of Lithium and oxygen to make Lithium Oxide. This Is Very Important! When I Say Pure Oxygen I Mean Enriched Oxygen( Atmospheric Air With A Little More O2 About 50%). Pure oxygen would probably be highly explosive! DO NOT TRY THIS! 4Li+O2-2Li2O Lithium and Chlorine- This reaction shows Lithium reacting with the second most reactive Halogen Chlorine to produce Lithium Chloride. This can be very dangerous because of the use of Chlorine gas, Lithium Metal, and Fire. All of these are a recipe for disaster. And DO NOT EAT ANY OF THE REACTANTS OF THIS REACTION DUE TO IMPURITIES AND THE PRESENTS OF LITHIUM METAL THAT COULD EXPLODE IN YOUR MOUTH! Have Fun and Be Safe! music is from http://www.audionautix.com and is Rhastafarian.
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How is a Lithium-Ion Pouch-Cell Manufactured in the Lab?

How is a Lithium-Ion Pouch-Cell Manufactured in the Lab?

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Without them, today's mobile phones, mp3-players, notebooks and electric vehicles would be unthinkable: Lithium-Ion Batteries. But how do they work? What do they consist of? How are they manufactured? -- Scientists from the Institute for Applied Materials (IAM-WPT) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), a partner of the knowledge and innovation community KIC InnoEnergy, give an answer to these questions in this video. Dr. Bauer provided us with further information in an extensive interview on the technical production of lithium-ion batteries: "New technologies for cost-efficient, safe and reliable energy" - http://explore-house.eu/en/2013/09/04/new-technologies-for-cost-efficient-safe-and-reliable-energy-storage/ German version: http://youtu.be/OgK6Eno_PlM
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Lithium - A more violent reaction

Lithium - A more violent reaction

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Lithium is a metallic element found in group 1 of the periodic table. It is an alkali metal, and will react very quickly with water, while also being one of the few metals which will react with Nitrogen under normal conditions. You may have witnessed the reaction between Lithium and water before, and you may also have seen that the Hydrogen gas produced in the reaction can be ignited to produce a vibrant red flame. However, what you may not be aware of is that under the right conditions Lithium can react extremely vigorously, even exploding and propelling molten pieces of the metal great distances much like the reaction of other alkali metals (such as Potassium) with water. In this video you will see the reaction of Lithium with water, and also the ignition of the Hydrogen gas produced. I aim to compare these reactions to one with 'ideal' conditions (also shown in the video) to demonstrate the untapped destructive potential of the metal. Why else? The largest piece of lithium reacted in this video weighed in at only 0.4g, and it produced quite a spectacular show. -- If you enjoyed watching this, please feel free to Like, Comment, Share and even Subscribe to my channel. You might also want to check out some of my other videos, you might enjoy them too! Click this link to Subscribe and make me very happy: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheAppleManDan
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China's First Automatic Production Line of Lithium ion Battery Begins Operation

China's First Automatic Production Line of Lithium ion Battery Begins Operation

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China's first domestically developed automatic production line of high capacity lithium-ion batteries was put into operation on Tuesday in Xinyu, east China's Jiangxi Province. The whole automatic production line possesses proprietary intellectual property rights. With a two billion yuan investment value, the project will build three production lines during the preliminary stage. When put into operation, production lines will produce high capacity lithium-ion battery of two billion watt per hour, with an annual value of four billion yuan. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170322/8045985.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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Lithium and water

Lithium and water

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full reaction explained: The reaction of lithium with water to produce a metal hydroxide and hydrogen is called hydrolysis. All elements of group 1A undergo hydrolysis when placed in water because of their high electropositivity. The electrons of the outer shells of this group are weakly attracted to the nucleus, being shielded from nuclear charge by the inner shells of electrons. These outer electrons are readily ejected from the atom in chemical reactions, producing a positive ion having the same electronic configuration as the nearest noble gas. When exposed to water, surface atoms of lithium shed their outer electrons. Water molecules near the lithium surface dissociate into H– and –OH groups. The negatively charged –OH groups bond ionically with positively charged lithium ions, producing lithium hydroxide, which is water soluble and dissociates back into its ionic form immediately upon formation. Meanwhile, each two positive H– groups acquire two electrons and bond together covalently to form molecular hydrogen. When enough hydrogen gas molecules come together, they form a bubble that evolves from the solution. Information from: https://www.reference.com/science/reaction-between-lithium-water-2cd8fa3bb56e7f8b Music(edited): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhxdBNAXlp0
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Things to know about Lithium || Obsessed Scientist

Things to know about Lithium || Obsessed Scientist

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Lithium is rare in universe .Although it was one of the three elements. Along with hydrogen and helium .To be created in Big Bang The element was discovered on earth in 1817 by Johan August Afredson in Stockholm Where he investigated Petalite. One of the first Lithium mineral to be discovered. He deduced that petalite contains an unknown metal ,Which he called Lithium From the Greek word for a stone Lithos, Although he never produced any, He reasoned that it is a new alkali metal and lighter than sodium . However unlike sodium, Which Humphry Davy had isolated in 1807, By the electrolysis of sodium hydroxide. Afredson was unable to produce lithium by the same method. A sample of lithium was finally extracted in 1855, By the electrolysis of molten lithium chloride. Once lithium discovery has been announced Other soon found it to be present in all kind of things such as Grapes, sea wood, tobacco, vegetables, milk & blood. Another lithium ore is Spodumene , Which is like Petalite is a lithium aluminum silicate. And there is a large deposit of this one in South Dakota World production of lithium compound is around 40000 tonnes an year And reserves are estimated to be around 7 million tonnes & industrial production of itself is reported to be about 7500 tonnes a year and this is produced by the electrolysis of molten lithium chloride & potassium chloride in steel cells at temperature 450 degree Celsius Lithium is moderately toxic, As discovered in 1940’s . When patient were given lithium chloride as a salt substitute, However in small does it is prescribed as a treatment for manic depression,Its calming effect on brain was first noted in 1949 By an Australian doctor John Cade , Of the Victoria department of mental hygiene He had injected guine pigs with a 0.5% solution of lithium, Carbonate that made them docile for several hours Cade then gave his most mentally disturbed patients an injection of the same solution The main responded so well that within days he was transferred to a normal hospital ward and soon back to work Other patient responded similarly and now Lithium Therapy is used all around the world to treat this mental condition. Lithium is used commercially in various ways Lithium oxide goes into glass and glass ceramic Lithium metal goes into alloy with magnesium & aluminum, And it improves the strength while making them lighter, Magnesium lithium alloy is used in protective armors plating and aluminum Lithium reduces the weight of aircraft their by saving fuel, Lithium sitrate made by stearic acid with lithium hydroxide is an all Purpose high temperature greases contain it, It even works well at temperature -60 degree Celsius and had been used for vehicles in Antarctic Lithium batteries which operate at 3 volts or more, Are sued in devices where compactness and lightness are all important, They are implanted to supply the electrical energy for heart pacemakers Lithium heads group 1 of the alkali metal group in periodic table Lithium reacts vigorously with water,Storing is a problem.Cannot be kept under the oil as sodium can,So in order to store it is being coated with petroleum jelly Somewhat surprisingly it does not react with oxygen unless heated to 100 degree Celsius.But it reacts with nitrogen from the atmosphere to form a red brown compound called Lithium Nitride. The melting point of lithium is 453.65 k and boiling point is 1615 k The hydrogen of hydrogen bomb is actually the compound of Lithium Hydride in which lithium is lithium 6 isotope and hydrogen is hydrogen 2 isotopes. This compound is capable of releasing massive amount of energy The naturally occurring stable isotope of lithium 6 and lithium 7 Creator : Abhishek Gupta
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Lithium in Water to Produce Hydrogen Gas

Lithium in Water to Produce Hydrogen Gas

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Music is not Mine Lithium and Water react vigorously since lithium is the first alkali metal. It yeilds lithium Hydroxide and hydrogen gas. I contain the gas and combust it to prove that it is hydrogen gas. Sorry if you cannot see the lithium in water reaction that well, I will put another video up of a much larger piece in water. Thanks!
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