"Moli Energy"

Mark Shields (TCHSHIELDMJ@CRF.CUIS.EDU)
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Actually, the company name was "Moli Energy" and they had a problem w=
ith a metallic lithium secondary cell (Li Ion replaces the metallic l=
ithium with a disordered carbon or graphite. If I remember correctly=
the FAA regulation on metallic lithium in batteries is limited to 1 =
g per module. By seperating the cells for carry onboard you get by th=
is regulation. The company still operates out of BC, they were bough=
t by a japanese corp a couple of years ago

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