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- Apr 02, 2020

Lithium Batteries Safer at Extreme Temperatures

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

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UCF-Developed Method Makes Lithium Batteries Safer at Extreme Temperatures Lithium batteries face extreme temperatures in almost everyday occurrences, including using them in devices during a hot summer day.

Associated Environmental Systems provides researchers just like the UCF development team with environmental test chambers and battery testing platforms to test for these scenarios.  Pushing new battery innovations to their safety limit for everyday applications, ensuring the safest product for consumers to use.

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