NanoGraf, an advanced battery materials company and enabler of the world’s most energy-dense lithium-ion 18650 cell, and South 8 Technologies, developers of a novel liquefied gas electrolyte (LiGas®) for the next generation of safe and high-performance lithium-ion batteries, today announced a joint $550,000 award from the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) to pair NanoGraf’s 3.8 Ah 18650 cell with South 8’s electrolyte for cold temperature and safety testing.
Investigators have succeeded in producing slow electrons in a solution. In the future, such electrons might aid in the efficacy of certain chemical reactions.
A team guided by researchers from the State Key Laboratory of Fluid Power and Mechatronic Systems deposited various biomaterials concurrently and accurately into the yielded region of the embedding medium with numerous individually controlled nozzles.
The key lies within the materials in order to produce an electric vehicle battery that can charge as swiftly as it takes to fill a car with gasoline.
The discovery of Ba2LuAlO5 as a promising proton conductor paints a bright future for protonic ceramic fuel cells, report scientists from Tokyo Tech.
Lenzing Group, a leading global producer of wood-based specialty fibers, has introduced a new processing solution that mitigates the yellowing of garments and fabrics made with wood-based cellulosic fibers during high-temperature production processes.
Industry-leading designer and manufacturer of edge AI solutions, AAEON, has announced the arrival of the BOXER-8646AI, a fanless PoE Embedded AI System powered by the NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Orin™ module.
ClassOne Equipment (classoneequipment.com), announced the delivery of its advanced new Takano WM-10 particle measurement system to EUV Tech, a global leader in metrology equipment for cutting-edge EUV chip manufacturing.
Thermaltronics USA, Inc., a manufacturer of award-winning solder robots, proud to unveil the M Series - Power Plus soldering cartridges, designed to address demanding soldering applications without the need for upgrading to other brands' premium handles.
CEA-Leti research scientists have demonstrated that electrons and other charge carriers can move faster in germanium tin than in silicon or germanium, enabling lower operation voltages and smaller footprints in vertical than in planar devices.
Most people would prefer a mattress to a brick wall, and the decision is simple. A brick wall is rigid and does not absorb shocks or vibrations well, whereas a mattress is soft and works well as a shock absorber.
A research group headed by Prof. Kai Yan from Sun Yat-Sen University controllably fabricated a CoSi alloy with rich-vacancies (AM-CoSi) via a solvent-free arc-melting (AM) method in less than 5 minutes for solvent- and base-free selective oxidation of alcohols. The findings were reported in Chinese Journal of Catalysis.
What may be considered lower grade West Virginia hardwood lumber can serve as an affordable, sustainable alternative to traditional building materials like softwood, steel and concrete, according to West Virginia University professor Joseph McNeel.
When the pandemic forced us to keep our distance, people quickly found new ways to come together. By improving existing technologies and developing entirely new ones, we learned how to work, socialize, and share ideas without having to leave the solitary comfort of our living spaces.
As a result of their collaboration, Bostik and Polytec PT are launching a new range of thermal conductive adhesives (TCA) to address the challenge of thermal management in the latest Cell-to-Pack (CTP) battery design for e-mobility solutions.