MSE PRO 50g PVDF Nanopowder Poly(vinylidene fluoride) (200nm, Mw ~534,000) for Battery Research
MSE PRO™ 50g PVDF Nanopowder Poly(vinylidene fluoride) (200nm, Mw ~534,000) for Battery Research
Poly(vinylidene fluoride) PVDF is one of the most common binders, used for example in cathodes for Li-ion batteries, which can be used as benchmark for comparisons. It is dissolved in N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone (NMP). Compared with conventional PVDF micro powder, PVDF nanopowder has better uniformity and can achieve a more homogeneous mixture during electrode material mixing and drying. The nano particle size will allow a more efficient binding between particles and reduce the amount of binder needed. PVDF nanoparticle is also a carbon-fluoro polymer which can be used in many electronic fields including nano-porous electrodes, sensors, actuators and nanogenerators.
|Product Number (SKU#)||PO5041|
|Average Particle Size||D50 200 nm|
|Molecule Weight||~534,000 by GPC|
|Melting Peak Temperature||163-172 °C|
1. "High-temperature interactions of metal oxides and a PVDF binder." ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 14.7 (2022): 8938-8946.
2. "Overcoming the fundamental challenge of PVDF binder use with silicon anodes with a super-molecular nano-layer." Journal of Materials Chemistry A 9.3 (2021): 1541-1551.
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