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The construction of one small battery is helping scientists make a big breakthrough when it comes to studying the effects of repeated recharging of a rechargeable battery.

The multinational Dow Chemical Company has formed a joint venture with Japan's Ube Industries to produce electrolytes for use in automotive lithium-ion batteries.

The company called Air Products, which deals in atmospheric gases and related matters, announced last week that it was awarded two patents (#7,311,993 and #7,348,103, and both called "Polyfluorinated Boron Cluster Anions for Lithium Electrolytes) for lithium-ion batteries. The patents involve Air Products' fluorinated electrolyte salts called Stabilife, which the company claimed in a statement "have been formulated to stand up to the difficult conditions expected from next generation portable po

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