XG Sciences and LG Chem investigating graphene-silicon nanocomposite anodes in lithium-ion batteries

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has selected XG Sciences for a $150,000, nine-month project investigating the mass-production of a nanostructured silicon anode containing graphene. XG is a leading supplier of graphene nanoplatelets, capable of producing more than 80 tons per year (see the June 1...

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