By Michael Erman NEW YORK, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp on Tuesday said a new technology developed by its chemicals business will be key in helping the automotive industry switch to lighter, more efficient batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles. The technology is a film that will allow battery companies to make larger lithium ion batteries that will not overheat, Exxon said. Lithium ion batteries, often used in consumer electronics like cell phones and laptop computers, hold ...
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