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Specialty Chemicals

Aspen Aerogels pursues battery market

by Michael McCoy
February 7, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 6

 

Aspen Aerogels, which calls itself the global leader in aerogel technology, is pursuing the battery materials market through agreements with Evonik Industries and SKC. Aspen has signed a deal with the specialty chemical maker Evonik to evaluate the potential of incorporating that company’s silicon-based nanoparticles into Aspen’s carbon aerogel anode materials. With SKC, a South Korean battery producer, Aspen will assess using silicon-rich carbon aerogels in lithium-ion battery anodes.

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