graphite anode

graphite anode

[′gra‚fīt ′an‚ōd]
(chemical engineering)
One of the electrodes of graphite used in a mercury cell to produce chlorine by electrolysis.
(electronics)
The rod of graphite which is inserted into the mercury-pool cathode of an ignitron to start current flow.
The collector of electrons in a beam power tube or other high-current tube.
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Global anode materials industry is highly concentrated, with major manufacturers including Hitachi Chemical, JFE Chemical, Mitsubishi Chemical, BTR, and Ningbo Shanshan, which held a combined market share of over 80% in 2014, with Hitachi Chemical and Ningbo Shanshan specializing in artificial graphite anode materials, BTR and Mitsubishi Chemical in natural graphite anode materials, and JFE Chemical and Ningbo Shanshan in MCMB anode materials.
Traditionally batteries use a graphite anode (negative end) with a metal oxide cathode (positive end), along with an additive that helps facilitate electron exchange.
Infinium anodes eliminate corrosive and toxic anode gas contamination, and are able to reduce cell energy losses by 60% or more, and eliminate the cost, energy, and emissions of graphite anode production, the firm said.
There is an impressed current, graphite anode bed; an AnodeFlex[R] impressed current cathodic protection system connected to a rectifier; and a zinc ribbon cathodic protection system.
There is an impressed current, graphite anode bed; an AnodeFlex impressed current cathodic protection system connected to a rectifier; and a zinc ribbon cathodic protection system.
The remaining 3% is occupied by high performance anode materials: these materials give priority consideration to performance such as charging characteristics, even though they are more expensive than graphite anode materials.
NTU's new battery, developed by Chen Xiaodong and friends, replaces the LIB's customary graphite anode with a gel of titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanotubes.
SDK is also supplying graphite anode material (SCMG(TM)) for LIBs and aluminum laminated films for LIB packaging.
Chahar, PhD, PE, Product Manager, CPreme Energy Storage Materials, ConocoPhillips Company Based on 50 years of experience in converting heavy hydrocarbons to value added carbons, ConocoPhillips has developed CPreme graphite anode materials for high performance Li-ion batteries (LI-B).
SCMG is used as graphite anode material for LIBs, providing excellent cycle characteristics, retaining capacity at high temperatures, and enabling charge/discharge of heavy current.
They replaced the graphite anode with nanowires of copper antimonide, a metallic material composed of copper and antimony.