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In automobiles with internal combustion engines, the engine is the most crucial component; however, in electric vehicles, the lithium-ion battery, along with the motor, is the most crucial part.
The cathode, anode, electrolyte, and separator are the four main parts of a lithium-ion battery. Active substance, conductive additive, and binder are all coated on the anode. The substance used in the battery’s electrode reaction is known as the active material.
Synthetic latex in the form of an emulsion serves as the anode binder, acting as a glue to assist fixate the active substance and conductive additive on the copper substrate that forms the anode.
The Global Anode Binder Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030
For the production of Li-ion batteries, BASF has expanded its line of Li-ion anode binders. Licity 2698 X F, a second-generation styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR) binder, makes it possible to use silicon contents above 20%.
This binder offers greater capacity, a greater number of charge/discharge cycles, and quicker charging periods in addition to the established qualities of the Licity product family.
Furthermore, Licity 2698 X F can be produced using the biomass balance method. In this method, biomass is added to the production process at BASF and designated for the binder. Beginning with the raw materials needed to create Licity binders and continuing through delivery, BASF is dedicated to balancing business objectives with environmental and social responsibility.
A water-based binder for high-capacity silicon-based anodes in lithium-ion batteries has been created by US chemical manufacturer Ashland.
Lithium-ion batteries’ capacity can be increased by up to 30% when silicon is used with the Soteras MSi anode binder.
The technology could be important, particularly for cell manufacturers that supply the market for electric vehicles, who are aiming to boost energy density.
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