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Aluminum foil is coated with a 10–30 nm layer of TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes on both sides. The layer of nanotubes on the foil lowers interface impedance by 2–10 times and improves performance at high rates. The coated foil improves adhesion of electrode material to metal foil by 10–40 times, allowing the percentage of electrode binder to be reduced.

Benefits

Allows Welding

Welding is possible through the coating

Cost-efficient

Superior performance at a competitive price

High Energy Density

Preserves and even increases energy density

Improves adhesion

Allows the percentage of binder to be reduced

Ultrathin

Less than 50 nm per side

Product News

21 November
Scott Donne, Professor of Chemistry at The University of Newcastle, Australia, at #naum2018: Can graphene nanotubes meet the challenge of manganese dioxide batteries – low conductivity in the cathode? #Nanotubes #NanoaugmentedMaterials #Nanotechnology #Nanomaterials #EnergyStorage #Electrochemistry #Cathode #Battery
16 November
Nobuhiro Shinka, Department Manager of DAIKIN Industries at #naum2018: One of the key players on the fluorochemical market introduces new solutions – TUBALL and PVdf modifier VT-475. Together, they will increase energy density in the cathode for Li-ion batteries. #GrapheneNanotubes #Nanotubes #TUBALL #DAIKIN #NanoaugmentedMaterials #Nanotechnology #Nanomaterials #Batteries #Cathode #Anode #LiIonBatteries