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- Oct 28, 2019

New Electrolyte Stops Rapid Performance Decline of Next-generation Lithium Battery

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

next-gen-lithium-battery-1The lithium-ion battery is ubiquitous. Because of its versatility, this battery can be tailored to powering cell phones, laptops, power tools or electric vehicles. It is now the source of a multibillion-dollar enterprise annually that continues to grow each year.

Associated Environmental Systems, supports battery development worldwide.  The battery testing system allows researchers to test more cells by offering 48 channels in an 8 cu. ft. space.  The system allows for testing multiple chemical combinations with ease.  Being able to test coin cells in the lab and then swap out the coin holder for cylindrical holders with a simple click makes scaling a smooth transition.  Click here to see more about AES' innovative solutions.

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