Showa Denko hopes to profit from Li-ion battery market growth with new electrolyte

Showa Denko recently announced it will soon be offering a liquid electrolyte for car lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries developed in collaboration with Air Products and Chemicals. The company – which already produces Li-ion electrode materials – plans on sampling its electrolyte throughout 2010 and mass...

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