We have demonstrated practical application and performance of our membranes in ambient, intermediate & high temperature solid/molten sodium battery systems including Na-NiCl2 (ZEBRA), Na-Iodine (Na-Halogen), Na-Air, Na-Sulfur and Na-Na Ion intercalation cathode.
Patent No.: US 8,968,902 B2
Low temperature molten sodium secondary cell with sodium ion conductive electrolyte membrane.
Patent No.: US 9,413,036 B2
Sodium-halogen secondary cell.
Pub. No.: US 2012/0141856 A1
Moderate temperature sodium battery.
The developed membranes are metal dendrite resistant and chemically stable and can be applied for all-solid-state and hybrid Li metal anode – liquid catholyte batteries including Li-Air, Li-S and Li-intercalation cathode batteries.
Patent No.: US 8,012,633 B2
Advanced metal-air battery having a ceramic membrane electrolyte.
Patent No.: US 8,771,879 B2
Lithium sulfur battery with a substantially non-porous Lisicon membrane and porous Lisicon layer.
Patent No.: US 8,323,817 B2
Alkali metal seawater battery.
The solid-electrolyte membrane allows distinct aqueous formulations of anode and cathode to be used in both stagnant and flow batteries while allowing only the alkali ion transfer between the electrodes. This separation of electrode compartments allow novel battery chemistries not possible with microporous separators.
Patent No.: US 8,012,621 B2
Nickel-metal hydride battery using alkali ion conducting separator.
Patent No.: US 9,431,682 B2
Degradation protection of solid alkali ion conductive electrolyte membrane.
Patent No.: US 9,209,445 B2
Nickel-metal hydride/hydrogen hybrid battery using alkali ion conducting separator.
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