Dow acquires nanostructured lithium magnesium phosphate developer High Power Lithium

Dow Chemical recently announced it has signed a technology transfer agreement acquiring collective assets of High Power Lithium (HPL), maker of nanostructured lithium manganese phosphate (LMP) cathode materials. LMP has been touted as an excellent cathode material, theoretically yielding cells with ...

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