Cabot unveils graphene-based Li-ion additive

Cabot recently announced a new graphene-based additive for Li-ion batteries, called LITX G700. The product is aimed at high energy density applications including electric vehicles, and consumer electronics. It promises high conductivity that reduces additive loading in electrodes, allowing higher lo...

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