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Next Generation Lithium Ion Batteries

Commercializing next generation Li-ion battery electrolytes based on Commercializing next generation Li-ion battery electrolytes based on ionic liquid technology.

Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Battery
Safety and Performance

Commercializing next generation Lithium Ion battery electrolyte based on new materials for high voltage, long life, and safer batteries.

Commercial Li-on Battery

NOHMs Electrolyte Li-ion Battery

NOHMs Technologies has developed functionalized ionic liquids which are non- flammable, non-volatile, have wide liquid temperature range between -80 to 300 degrees C, and conduct lithium ions. NOHMs functional ionic liquids form stable SEI on lithium ion battery anode and cathodes, whereas commercially available ionic liquids are unstable at the SEI interface, severely decreasing cycle life. NOHMs leverages the beneficial thermal and electrochemical properties of these new functionalized ionic liquids in its electrolyte, NanoLyteTM Electrolyte, to improve battery safety and high voltage stability without negatively impacting cycle life or power output. In short, our technology improves safety and allows for significant cost-savings at the battery system level by safely using larger cells operating at higher voltage and capacity with wider temperature range.

NanoLyteTM Electrolyte
Contains Novel Ionic Liquids

Cation Functional Group improves
cycle life and voltage stability

TFSI Anion enhances ionic
conductivity and temperature stability.

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Commercializing next generation Li-ion battery electrolytes based on ionic liquid technology.

Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)
of NOHMs Functional Ionic Liquid

Safety oriented electrolyte

NanoLyteTM Electrolyte
Passes EV Battery Nail Test

Performance oriented electrolyte

NanoLyteTM Electrolyte Improves Thermal Stability

NOHMs’ functional ionic liquids are non-flammable, non-volatile, have wide liquid temperature range (between -80 to 300 oC), and conduct lithium ions. In an electrolyte, these materials form stable Solid-Electrolyte Interface (SEI) on lithium ion battery electrodes, lengthening battery life. The beneficial thermal and electrochemical properties of these new functional ionic liquids improves battery safety and high voltage stability without compromising cycle life or power output when using NanoLyteTM Electrolyte. High voltage stability, improved cell safety and temperature range allow our partners to design new low-cost battery systems for electric vehicles.

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