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    Three Derivatives of Graphite

    The role of graphite is obvious, but in addition to graphite, we need to understand other derivatives, such as graphite powder, graphite anode, carbon nanotubes and so on.

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    The application prospect of carbon nanotubes

    Carbon nanotubes (CNTS) have the properties of being as hard as a diamond but very flexible, which can be stretched. At present, the critical factor for the strength of the enhanced fibers commonly used in the industry is the length-diameter ratio, which means the ratio of length to diameter. Typically, materials engineers want a rate of at least 20:1, while the proportion of carbon nanotubes is more than 1,000:1 usually.3. Prospect

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    What Are The Applications Of High Purity Graphit...

    Lithium battery anode materials, graphene materials, isotropic nuclear graphite, synthetic diamond, flexible graphite, and other advanced carbon are playing an increasingly important role in people's life, production, and military affairs.

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    What is the Composition of the Electrolyte?

    ​Electrolyte can be divided into liquid electrolyte, solid electrolyte and gel electrolyte. Liquid electrolyte can be divided into organic electrolyte and inorganic electrolyte. What most widely used is liquid organic electrolyte at present.

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    Application of graphite powder

    Graphite powder has a hardness of 1 to 2, a specific gravity of 1.9 to 2.3, and a boiling point of 4250 ° C. It is one of the minerals resistant to high temperatures, but it is relatively stable at room temperature. Graphite powder is an ideal raw material for refractory materials and conductive materials. Let's get to know graphite powder now!

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    Development History of Carbon Nanotubes

    Carbon nanotubes are one-dimensional quantum materials with unique structures (radial dimensions are on the order of nanometers, axial dimensions are on the order of micrometers, and the ends of the tube are sealed). Carbon nanotubes are mainly coaxial tubes composed of carbon atoms arranged in hexagons, ranging from several layers to tens of layers. A fixed distance is maintained between the sheets, about 0.34 nm, and the diameter is generally 2-20 nm. And according to the different orientations of the carbon hexagon in the axial direction, it can be divided into three types: zigzag, armchair, and spiral. Carbon nanotubes, as one-dimensional nanomaterials, are lightweight and have a hexagonal structure with perfect connections. They have many unusual mechanical, electrical, and chemical properties.