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Posted: September 8, 2008
Novel Production Process for Nano Cathode Material for Lithium Batteries
(Nanowerk News) Superlattice Power, Inc. (OTCBB:SLAT), emerging leader in the development and marketing of next generation of lithium-powered batteries worldwide, announces itís North Carolina production facility has successfully produced 200 kg of high purity, new nano cathode material.
Superlattice Power, Inc.ís latest accomplishment with an innovative high purity cathode material is ready to be used in a battery manufacturing facility for the use in electric vehicles. The battery which was produced using new cathode material will have wide voltage range from 4.2Volts to 2 Volts per unit cell.
Superlattice Power, Inc. is now devoted for the development and large scale production of Cobalt free cathode material with superlattice structure for a high voltage application using a new electrolyte capable to withstand voltage beyond 5 volts.
Dr. Surajit Sengupta and Dr. Vishal Mahajan have take a leading role to perform all research with a Forture 500 electronics and telecommunication company to develop prototype cells with high energy density.
Superlattice Power, Inc. (SLAT) production has a new standard. Superlattice exhibits power, safety, and environmental concern at a level above anything else. Hybrid Technologies has taken Superlattice from a laboratory scale to industrial scale, and are pioneers in producing nano and submicron materials on a large scale.
Superlattice Power, Inc. has taken a step ahead to pioneer Superlattice Cathode Material for the use in Lithium Ion Rechargeable. HYBT has successfully introduced Superlattice nano and submicron materials from laboratory to industrial scale.
Superlattice structure is a hexagonal structure and can accommodate more Lithium and more energy. The elements and specially transition metals have been selected precisely to make Superlattice cathode materials safe, environmentally friendly and less expensive.
About Superlattice Power: www.superlatticepower.com