HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ExxonMobil’s Chief Polymer Scientist, Dr. Pat Brant, spoke at a U.S. Chamber of Commerce event today in Washington, D.C. about a new technology that is expected to help speed the adoption of lithium-ion batteries in next generation hybrid and electric vehicles. Brant said ExxonMobil’s technology enhances the power, safety and reliability of lithium-ion batteries for automotive applications.
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- ExxonMobil Chemical's New Separator Films Help Speed the Progress of the Next Generation of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles90HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ExxonMobil Chemical will introduce new co-extruded separator grades for hybrid and electric vehicle batteries at the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) in Tampa, Florida on May 12-16, 2008. In addition, Pat Brant, chief polymer scientist, ExxonMobil Chemical, will present a technical paper titled: “ExxonMobil Co-extrusion Separator Technology Platform for…
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- 87HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ExxonMobil Chemical today announced the completion and start-up of a new $20 million compounding facility to supply high-performance polymers to the automotive, appliance and specialty consumer products industries. read morePublished on BRAND PR WIRE