Electrochemical Materials

  • Silicon nanoparticles from recycled materials, with surface chemistry tailored for dispersion in composite anodes
  • Simple milling and wet chemistry techniques should be scalable; 0.3 tons/year production capacity today
  • Pragmatic drop-in approach adds 10% to 15% silicon to conventio...

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