Evonik targets automotive batteries with nanoparticle technology

We spoke last week with Gerhard Hörpel, head of Evonik’s internal start-up on ceramic membranes. His efforts are focused on nanostructured ceramic films for lithium-ion battery applications, with two products now available: Separion, a ceramic separator, and Litarion, a family of anode and cathode, ...

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