New trend in Li-ion battery separators: metal oxide coatings

At the recent First International Conference on Advanced Li-ion Battery for Automotive Applications at the Argonne National Lab, we learned from a presentation given by LG Chem the latest trend in separator development – coating the traditional polymer membrane with a ceramic layer to increase therm...

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