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Aqua Metals announced it has acquired Ebonex IPR for 123,776 shares of Aqua Metals common stock and $100,000 in cash. Ebonex has developed patented technology in the field of advanced materials and manufacturing methods for advanced lead acid batteries. The company’s advanced materials have the potential to increase lead acid energy density, cycle life and faster charging. (Source: Aqua Metals)
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