March 21, 2018 UMD Home FabLab AIMLab
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Description The Rubloff group has developed and demonstrated thin ALD layers as chemical/electrochemical protection of reactive battery electrodes, particularly using LiPON or other solid electrolyte materials.

ANSLab is now in a position to offer selected users to deposit such coatings on electrodes of interest to the user, and to then assemble the electrodes into standard coin cell battery packages in the coupled glove box without air exposure, thus preserving the intrinsic chemistry and materials of the battery. Each project requires a minimum of 10 such coin cells to be fabricated.

NOTE: Access to ANSLab is typically limited to the Rubloff group and selected close collaborators outside the group. However, on occasion the Rubloff group (1) develops a collaboration or (2) assists with a service for other outside users. If interested, send an email to with a brief description of what you are seeking.
Location ANSLab | 0202 IREAP
External Non-profit / University
Small Commercial / MTECH
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