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    Shark Tank-backed Natrion unveils solid-state battery separator with near-zero fire risk

    Mark Cuban-backed Natrion has unveiled its latest developments in solid-state battery manufacturing with the new LISIC278 separator in a traditional pouch cell. The separator allows for a higher thermal resistance than other EV batteries, decreasing the risk of fires and combustion. Additionally, the cell showed a 40 percent increase in the charge rate compared to a conventional battery with the same capacity.

    Natrion’s LISIC278 material utilizes a Lithium Solid Ionic Composite (LISIC) electrolyte that mimics the performance and specs of a standard polyolefin separator, which sits between the anode and cathode. The purpose of the separator is to prevent short circuits by keeping the electrodes apart while also allowing ionic charges to flow through with the necessary passage of currents in a cell. The LISIC…

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