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Belgium: PolyZion researches zinc-polymer chemistry

The PolyZion project, funded to the tune of €3.5m by the EU’s FP7 research framework programme, aims to create a new type of fast rechargeable zinc-polymer battery for hybrid and small EV applications. The research programme combines fundamental material and process advances in ionic liquids, rechargeable zinc electrodes, It’s time to log in (or subscribe). … Continued

The PolyZion project, funded to the tune of €3.5m by the EU’s FP7 research framework programme, aims to create a new type of fast rechargeable zinc-polymer battery for hybrid and small EV applications.

The research programme combines fundamental material and process advances in ionic liquids, rechargeable zinc electrodes,

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