The video above is a side-by-side demonstration of a typical lithium-ion battery versus one equipped with Amionx Safe Core. Both batteries were charged to 12 volts until either the cell caught fire or failed safely.
Charge rates for batteries are governed by something called C-rates. The capacity of a battery is typically rated at 1C. This means the battery charges fully in one hour. Therefore, 1C = 1 X the capacity of the battery. If you had a 3000 mAH battery 1C (3A) would be a 3 amp charge rate. Both batteries in this video were charged to 12 volts at a 1C rate or 3A.