Carbon anode material

The negative electrode materials actually used in lithium-ion batteries are basically carbon materials, such as artificial graphite, natural graphite, mesophase carbon microspheres, petroleum coke, carbon fiber, pyrolytic resin carbon, etc.

Tin-based anode material

Tin-based anode materials can be divided into tin oxides and tin-based composite oxides. Oxide refers to the oxide of tin metal in various valence states. There are no commercial products.


There are no commercial products.


Including tin-based alloys, silicon-based alloys, germanium-based alloys, aluminum-based alloys, antimony-based alloys, magnesium-based alloys and other alloys, and there are no commercial products.


Carbon nanotubes, nano-alloy materials.

Nano oxide

According to the latest trends in the market development of the lithium battery new energy industry in 2009, many companies have begun to use nano-titanium oxide and nano-silicon oxide to add to the traditional graphite, tin oxide, and carbon nanotubes to greatly improve the charge and discharge of lithium batteries. The amount and number of charge and discharge.