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A new method of synthesis of the most technologically advanced battery components for electric vehicles


A new method of synthesis of the most technologically advanced battery components for electric vehicles, which will allow to store more energy and increase the range of electric cars.

Our colleagues: Tomasz Trzeciak, M.Sc. and Prof. Marek Marcinek have published results of their research in the article entitled “Different strategies of introduction of lithium ions into nickel-manganese-cobalt carbonate resulting in LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 (NMC622) cathode material for Li-ion batteries” in Solid State Ionics journal (IF=2.886).

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The development of the European battery industry is gaining momentum


On June 9, 2020, the authorities of two leading universities, Warsaw University of Technology and the University of Warsaw, signed a cooperation agreement with ENERIS PolBatt, a member of the European Important Projects of Common European Interest on Batteries programme. 

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