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Graphix Advantageously Replaces Battery - Grade Graphite

Graphix is a Turbostratic Graphene Blend, and is the ideal replacement for battery grade graphite in lithium batteries. Like graphite, Graphix is made of carbon atoms but in a different stacking arrangement (turbostratic) of the hexagonal planes.

This stacking results in a wider spacing of the hexagonal carbon planes, facilitating the penetration of Lithium ions.

The result is higher storage (longer use between charges) and faster charging.



than BG Graphite

Storage Capacity



than BG Graphite

Charging Rate Speed



vs 0.000115 s/cm Graphite

Electrical Conductivity



vs 200 W/m/K Graphite

Thermal Conductivity




Fire Risk



vs Graphite Mining

Environmental friendly

How does Graphix improve a Lithium Ion Battery (LIB)?

Graphix enhances lithium ion battery (LIB) performance by substituting the traditional negative electrode with a superior carbon-based material. Unlike common graphite, mined or derived from oil, Graphix from Faradyne offers significant electrical improvements, contributing to the creation of batteries that match the top-performing LIBs in cost- effectiveness and ecological friendliness. As the negative anode represents roughly 20% of an LIB's weight and expense, Graphix promises to boost profits and sustainability for LIB producers, allowing marketers to promote a product that excels in affordability, performance, and environmental benefits

How does Graphix improve super-capacitors?

The current materials used in electric double-layer capacitors (EDLC's), commonly known as super-capacitors, is activated carbon for both electrodes in each super-cap. The way that super-caps store their energy (electrostatically, pseudo-capacitively) is what enables the fast rates of charge and discharge compared to batteries (chemical storage via lithium-ion intercalation). While the differences start there, the other performance benefits of super-caps are in safety and lifetime with a current penalty of range or duration. Graphix has the potential to transform the super-cap space, reducing charging times while increasing energy density, while also improving environmental and economic sustainability across the electrical energy storage technology base.

To download Graphix PDF Technical Description

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