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The collaboration will create the largest battery chemistry model yet to be run on a quantum computer, improving future battery performance and safety.

21 Jan 2022 | International News : South Korea

Trapped-ion quantum computing experts IonQ and Hyundai have announced a new partnership to develop new variational quantum eigensolver algorithms to study lithium compounds and their chemical reactions involved in battery chemistry.

The work in Quantum-powered chemistry simulation is expected to significantly enhance the quality of next-generation lithium batteries by making improvements to the devices' charge and discharge cycles, as well as their durability, capacity and safety.

The collaboration is said to be a crucial component of Hyundai's Strategy 2025 goals, which include the sale of 560,000 electric vehicles per year and the introduction of more than 12 battery electric vehicle models to consumers.

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