Boulder Ionics

  • Makes specialty electrolyte components (solvents, salts, and additives) with higher purity than incumbents; targets higher-performance batteries and supercapacitors
  • Works on ionic liquids and LiFSI salt; the latter leads to better low-temperature performance and higher cycle life, but p...

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