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Argonne gets $8.8M boost for battery research

Lighter, cheaper, more dependable. The batteries of the future are being created at Argonne National Laboratory, and the federal government is paying big bucks to help make that happen.   Read the story

 

 

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"Highly Conductive Trimethylsilyl Oligo(Ethylene Oxide) Electrolytes For Energy Storage Applications," Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2008 (Abstract)

"Improvement of Electrochemical Performance of AlF3-coated Li[Ni0.8Co0.15Al0.05]O2 Cathode Materials," Journal of Power Sources, 2008 (Abstract)

Electrochemical and Thermal Investigation of Li4/3Ti5/3O4 Spinel, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2007 (Abstract)

Safety Characteristics of the Li4Ti5O12/LiMn2O4 Li-Ion Battery, Material Research Society Proceedings, 2007 (Abstract)

 


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