Aleksandar Matic and Shizhao Xiong working in the battery lab at Chalmers


Photographer: MIa Halleröd Palmgren/Chalmers University of Technology

A large part of the experimental work on developing a multifunctional spreadable interlayer for the solid-state batteries of the future has been done in the battery lab at the Department of Physics at Chalmers.

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