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Philips licenses Lithylene technology to Stone Battery

Posted: 15 Jan 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Stone Battery Ind. Corp. has completed the licensing agreement to employ Philips Lithylene battery technology in the manufacturing of batteries with free form factors.

According to Philips, its Lithylene battery-making technology enables the fabrication of rechargeable Li-ion batteries without the need of outside pressure to keep the battery stack together. A stable battery structure is obtained by making microscopic holes through the electrodes and separators, and subsequently filling these with a polymer.

Having a stable electrode structure, Lithylene batteries can be tailored in a variety of forms without compromising on performance or price. Free-form battery design is an attractive option, especially when space is limited and organic shapes are important.

The companies aim to bring a new degree of design freedom to nearly all battery-powered products.

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