Home Researchers develop non-flammable fluorinated electrolyte for Li-metal anodes with aggressive cathode chemistries; toward a 500 Wh/kg goal
 

Keywords :   


Researchers develop non-flammable fluorinated electrolyte for Li-metal anodes with aggressive cathode chemistries; toward a 500 Wh/kg goal

2018-07-17 12:57:05| Green Car Congress

Tags: develop goal researchers aggressive

Category:Automotive

Latest from this category

All news

17.10Brown researchers develop new durable catalyst for key fuel cell reaction; hard-magnet L10-CoPt nanoparticles
17.10AxleTech and Thor Trucks developing heavy-duty e-powertrain system
17.10Renault and Brilliance sign strategic cooperation agreement with Liaoning province, China; 3 new electric LCVs in 2 years
17.10Anellotech planning commercial Bio-TCat plant based on progress in development program
17.10Anjie Wireless licenses WiTricity technology for China EV market
16.10Audi using machine learning to optimize quality inspections in the press shop
16.10DOE awards Texas A&M AgriLife Research $2.2M to investigate ways to market bio waste from biofuel refineries
16.10GE Aviation completes initial design of supersonic engine for Aerion AS2
Automotive »
17.10Illustrated Catastrophes: A Call to "Arms"
17.10Ranking Electrical Disturbances Part 7 of 7
17.10Portland Water Bureau Returns to 100 Percent Bull Run Water
17.10MEDIA ADVISORY 10/17/2018: Portland Water Bureau Returns to 100 Percent Bull Run Water
17.10Noor Inayat Khan or Harry Maguire: Who will be on the new 50 note?
17.10Expand Housing Choice for Everyone: 2018 Portland Consortium Community Need Hearings
17.10Eastern North Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook
17.10Meat Market Update | Fall rally spikes ahead of 2017
More »