GM nano focus shifts to hybrid batteries and fuel cells

General Motors’ Mark Verbrugge spoke about GM’s activities using nanoclays to replace talc fillers in polyolefin composites for interior molded parts (which we’ve covered in the past); but the bulk of his talk and his excitement was on more strategic applications like nanostructured lithium ion batt...

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