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April 19th, 2005

Altair Begins Shipments of Battery Electrode Nanomaterials

Abstract:
Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. announced today the initial shipment of battery electrode nanomaterials to Advanced Battery Technologies, Inc. that will be used in the manufacture and testing of prototype polymer lithium batteries.

Using Altair's rapid charge electrode nanomaterials in PLI batteries, Altair believes that the typical battery life cycle of 1,000 recharge cycles before any degradation of performance can be increased to 20,000+ cycles.

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