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TUBALL™ BATT NMP is an ultrafine TUBALL™ nanotube dispersion in NMP for high-energy cathodes. Unmatched TUBALL™ conductivity enables improved battery safety and energy density. TUBALL™ BATT is now available in an optimized, more cost-efficient dispersion form.

Material system
Hi-energy cathodes (ex. NCM 811, NCM 622, NCM 523, NCA, LCO, LFP)
Сoncentrate carrier
NMP, PVDF, others
Shape
Suspension

Benefits

Boosted energy density

Thanks to 10–60 times lower loading of conductive additive, up to 98.8% active material content possible in dry electrode

Higher safety

Increased safety due to halved battery resistance increase (DCR)

Higher discharge power

>50% higher at high discharge rates

Improved adhesion

Doubled thanks to the bond strength between cathode particles



Documents
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SDS TUBALL BATT NMP PVDF CN ENG V2-5.PDF
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SDS TUBALL BATT NMP PVP CN ENG V1-0.PDF
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SDS TUBALL BATT NMP JP ENG V2-3.PDF
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SDS TUBALL BATT NMP KR ENG V3-1.PDF
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News

1 June
Nature magazine: cathodes with TUBALL facilitate the practical implementation of Li metal batteries in forthcoming smart portable electronic devices, electric vehicles, drones, and the Internet of things. Learn more: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-30112-1 #EV #Batteries #TUBALL
14 April
Which batteries are better? Let’s investigate lithium–oxygen batteries. Modified with TUBALL, they offer high energy density and a long cycle life. Learn more here: https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/2022/ma/d1ma01001h #Batteries #TUBALL #OCSiAl
30 September, 2021
TUBALL in battery applications remains a hot topic in the scientific literature. Researchers from China used TUBALL nanotubes with CMC as a high-capacity cathode for a water-in-salt, electrolyte-based aqueous Al-ion battery, which provides an ultra-high specific capacity of 790 mAhg–1 (based on the mass of SWCNT) at a high current density of 5 Ag–1 even after 1,000 cycles. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/aenm.202101514 #Nanotubes #Battery #BatteryResearch #HighEnergy