Addionics Proposes To Change Physics – Not Chemistry – To Improve Batteries
“We are frequently writing about promising new chemistries for batteries. Cheaper and safer materials can make the adoption of clean transportation much faster. But an Israeli startup developed a fascinating approach to improving cells. Addionics bets on changing the dynamics of chemical reactions. In other words, it achieved its goals with physics rather than with chemistry.
What the company did was creating a porous surface for electrodes. It replaces the metal foils with a new structure that increases the surface of these components, and that has a direct effect on how the cells behave, as Moshiel Biton, Addionics CEO, told InsideEVs.”
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