Enabling Solid State Batteries with Breakthrough Polymer Technology [video]
Zimmerman, Michael A.
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Attendees will learn about a new polymer material that enables safe solid-state batteries that are operational at room temperature and compatible with a handful of widely desired, next-generation battery chemistries, including safe lithium ion, lithium metal, rechargeable alkaline and more. Benefits of this solution include: Inherent Safety: Eliminates safety issues with liquid electrolytes; Higher Performance: Enables higher energy anodes and cathodes; Lower Cost: Reduces battery cost through less expensive chemistries and novel manufacturing. By enabling the creation of batteries that are safer, cheaper, and higher performance than the current state-of-the-art, Ionic’s polymer electrolyte shatters the traditional battery design paradigm, under which safety, cost, and performance must generally be traded off against one another. The company is bringing this technology to market with core manufacturing partners in the battery industry. The presentation will provide inside access to data and use cases for polymer electrolyte battery solutions.
NPS Defense Energy SeminarDr. Michael A. Zimmerman, Professor of the Practice, Mechanical Engineering, Research and Characterization of Composites and Polymers Lab, Tufts University
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