Graphite D10 for Li-Ion Batteries
Graphite d10 is an oral homeopathic medicine used for the treatment of a variety of skin conditions. It helps to reduce the cicatrices and increase the healing of eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, and rosacea.
It can be taken at least 3 times a day 10 drops (see dosage table). Long-term treatment with this preparation should be under medical supervision.
Spheroidized ROM Concentrate for Battery Anodes
The first step in manufacturing graphite anodes is to spheroidize the ROM concentrate by jet-milling, which creates a particle size distribution. Then the spheroidized material is coated.
This coating improves the anode's wettability by increasing the surface roughness and reducing the likelihood of sharp pieces breaking off during battery operation. Moreover, it improves the battery's safety by making it less likely that the anode will suffer a thermal runaway due to short circuiting in the cathode.
Graphite Powder for Li-ion Batteries
To obtain the best results from this powder, it needs to be carefully classified and coated. This can be done by smearing the particles prior to spheroidizing, or if the particles are already spherical, adding a coating.
XRD of As-Received Graphite Types
Both as-received graphite types showed a low crystalline dimension Lc, which is calculated from the crystalline reflections of the as-milled material and which is smaller than 30 nm for both as-received materials. Especially for the as-milled G300 material, Lc values were lower than 20 nm.
The results of XRD show that the as-received graphite particles had a high oxygen content. The O/C ratio registered for the as-received G300 material was more than twice that of the as-received G100 material. This indicates that surface oxidation had occurred on the graphite particles during the milling process and that the spherical character of the particles was reduced.