Si-containing Anode Material Doubles Li-ion Battery Current Capacity

By Kouji Kariatsumari on May 29, 2009

Dow Corning Toray Co Ltd exhibited a silicon-containing carbon material for negative electrode of lithium-ion secondary batteries. The prototyped material has a current capacity of 650-800mAh/g, which is more than double that of graphite, a commonly-used material.

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