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Materials

BASF Opens Research Center For Batteries

by Michael McCoy
February 10, 2014 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 92, ISSUE 6

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BASF says its new lab will run development programs jointly with Japanese customers.
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Credit: BASF
BASF says its new lab will run development programs jointly with Japanese customers.

BASF has opened a battery materials R&D and application technology center in Amagasaki, Japan. Representing an investment of several million dollars, the lab will combine organic and inorganic synthesis, analytics, and electrochemical testing in one group, BASF says. The lab will benefit from synergies with BASF teams researching chemistry for use in organic photovoltaic cells and electronic materials, the firm adds.

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