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February 10th, 2005

Altair Nanotechnologies Achieves Breakthrough in Battery Materials

Abstract:
Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. announced today that it has achieved a breakthrough in Lithium Ion battery electrode materials, which will enable a new generation of rechargeable battery to be introduced into the marketplace, as well as create new markets for rechargeable batteries. These new materials allow rechargeable batteries to be manufactured that have three times the power of existing Lithium Ion batteries at the same price and with recharge times measured in a few minutes rather than hours.

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