Ionic Materials – Breakthroughs in
Solid State Batteries Through Polymer Innovation
Opportunities to make a big change in the world rarely come along.
Ionic Materials is that rare company where such change happens every day.
Through Ionic Materials’ invention of a novel solid polymer electrolyte material, the company is on the verge of revolutionizing energy storage. A truly solid state battery is now possible. Significant improvements in battery safety, performance and cost are achievable with ionic conductivities that exceed those of traditional liquid systems over a wide range of temperatures. These improvements promise to speed the electrification of transportation and the transition to clean and renewable sources of energy, as well as enable safer and longer lasting consumer electronics devices.
Ionic Materials has eliminated toxic and flammable liquid electrolytes.
Ionic Materials’ batteries provide greater energy density per weight and volume
Ionic Materials’ batteries are based on efficient high volume polymer processing techniques that simplify cell manufacturing
“This represents the most significant breakthrough in my industry in more than 30 years”
Mark Bertolami, Former President – Duracell
At Ionic Materials, we believe that better batteries will change the course of the world. Transportation, consumer electronics, the electric grid and even the planet’s climate will be disrupted as batteries become safer, lighter, more cost effective and smaller. Our team is up to this challenge, and the polymer we have invented will enable the solution.
The Technology – Ionically Conductive Solid Polymer
Current batteries are low energy, unsafe, and expensive. Liquid electrolytes are holding them back.
Ionic Materials’ novel Polymer is the world’s first polymer with all of the necessary properties to replace liquid electrolytes.
High conductivity across broad
Up to 1.3 mS/cm at room temperature
Lithium transference number of 0.7
High elastic modulus
Low cost manufacturing
Low cost precursors
Stable against Lithium
Conducts multiple ions
“The material has the highest lithium ion diffusivity of any known solid at room temperature.”
– Professor Steven Greenbaum, CUNY