2023/05/04

Guizhou Integrated Laboratory

Advantages of graphite as an anode material Graphite is an allotrope of carbon, and the two are closely related. Graphite is the most stable form of carbon. (Diamond is a metastable allotrope of carbon, and although its hardness is much higher than graphite, it is the hardest substance in nature, but its stability is lower than graphite.) ) Lithium-ion battery refers to a secondary battery system in which two different lithium-in-the-top compounds that can be reversibly embedded and removed from lithium ions are used as the positive and negative electrodes of the battery, respectively. When charging, lithium ions are de-intercalated from the positive electrode, embedded into the negative electrode through the electrolyte and separator; In discharge, on the contrary, lithium ions are de-intercalated from the negative electrode and embedded into the positive electrode through the electrolyte and separator.

2023/01/12

Guizhou Xinmao was established

Advantages of graphite as an anode material Graphite is an allotrope of carbon, and the two are closely related. Graphite is the most stable form of carbon. (Diamond is a metastable allotrope of carbon, and although its hardness is much higher than graphite, it is the hardest substance in nature, but its stability is lower than graphite.) ) Lithium-ion battery refers to a secondary battery system in which two different lithium-in-the-top compounds that can be reversibly embedded and removed from lithium ions are used as the positive and negative electrodes of the battery, respectively. When charging, lithium ions are de-intercalated from the positive electrode, embedded into the negative electrode through the electrolyte and separator; In discharge, on the contrary, lithium ions are de-intercalated from the negative electrode and embedded into the positive electrode through the electrolyte and separator.

2023/01/12

Guizhou Integration Project

Graphite is an allotrope of carbon, and the two are closely related. Graphite is the most stable form of carbon. (Diamond is a metastable allotrope of carbon, and although its hardness is much higher than graphite, it is the hardest substance in nature, but its stability is lower than graphite.) ) Low temperature lithium iron phosphate battery 3.2V 20A Low temperature lithium iron phosphate battery 3.2V 20A-20 °C charging, -40 °C 3C discharge capacity≥70% Charging temperature: -20~45 °C - Discharge temperature: -40~+55 °C-40 °C Support maximum discharge rate: 3C-40 °C 3C discharge capacity retention rate≥ 70%

2023/01/12

Based on customer requirements, strictly implement and continuously improve and enhance

Lithium-ion battery refers to a secondary battery system in which two different lithium-in-the-top compounds that can be reversibly embedded and removed from lithium ions are used as the positive and negative electrodes of the battery, respectively. When charging, lithium ions are de-intercalated from the positive electrode, embedded into the negative electrode through the electrolyte and separator; In discharge, on the contrary, lithium ions are de-intercalated from the negative electrode and embedded into the positive electrode through the electrolyte and separator. The negative electrode of lithium-ion batteries is made of a mixture of negative active substances, binders and additives to make a paste adhesive evenly applied on both sides of the copper foil, dried and rolled. Advantages of graphite as an anode material

2023/02/07

The negative electrode of lithium-ion batteries is composed of negative active substances

Graphite is a Allotropy of carbon, and the two are closely related. Graphite is the most stable form of carbon element. (Diamond is a metastable Allotropy of carbon. Although its hardness is far higher than that of graphite, which is the hardest substance in nature, its stability is lower than that of graphite.) Low temperature Lithium iron phosphate battery 3.2V 20A Low temperature Lithium iron phosphate battery 3.2V 20A -20 ℃ charging, -40 ℃ 3C discharge capacity ≥ 70% Charging temperature: -20~45 ℃ -Discharge temperature: -40~+55 ℃
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