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- Oct 31, 2019

Argonne Multidisciplinary Team Develops Probe For Battery Research: Strength in Numbers

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

Associated Environmental Systems works closely with leading battery research and development companies to provide the most innovative battery testing equipment on the market. One such Argonne team has developed a powerful new technique for probing in three dimensions the crystalline microstructure for the cathode materials of next-generation batteries. Such batteries could one day revolutionize energy storage for both transportation and the electric grid.

Associated Environmental Systems works closely with leading battery research and development companies to provide the most innovative battery testing equipment on the market.  Most recently adding High Current and Pack Battery Testing capabilities making battery testing easier and more efficient. 

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