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10/16/2013

The technology behind Solid Power's solid-state battery features a cathode chemistry that forms a composite cathode with a capacity said to be nearly triple that used in lithium-ion batteries. For more, see the presentation, 'Solid State Cell Chemistries and Designs' by Solid Power co-founder Dr. SeHee Lee.
The technology behind Solid Power's solid-state battery features a cathode chemistry that forms a composite cathode with a capacity said to be nearly triple that used in lithium-ion batteries. For more, see the presentation, "Solid State Cell Chemistries and Designs" by Solid Power co-founder Dr. SeHee Lee.

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elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   10/19/2013 8:58:01 AM
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Energy is going to be the subject of every ones interest in the future. Energy harvesting also will be a major need for every consumers with the gadgets.

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prabhakar_deosthali   10/23/2013 12:24:52 PM
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In the EV space , whoever breaks the jinx of battery power sufficient enough to get a good range and fast recharge will become an instant hero.

This new solid state battery technology looks to be the candidate for the same.

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