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Conductive Carbon Coated Aluminum Foil For Lithium Battery Cathode (260 mm wide, 14 µm thick),  MSE Supplies LLC

Conductive Carbon Coated Aluminum Foil For Lithium Battery Cathode (260 mm wide, 14 µm thick)

  • $ 37800


Product Details:

Conductive carbon coated aluminum foil is a trending substrate/current collector in battery R&D and industries. Compared with bare aluminum foil, the conductive carbon coated aluminum foil has several advantages, such as:

  • Improved electrical conductivity and less internal resistance
  • Improved adhesion at active layer/current collector interface
  • Inhibition of cell polarization and short circuit caused by dendrite growth
  • Prevention of substrate corrosion caused by electrolyte 

The overall cell performance can benefit from these advantages, including higher charge/discharge capacity, better rate capability and cycling performance.  

This conductive carbon coated aluminum foil can be customized upon request, such as coating material, coating thickness, aluminum foil thickness/width and coating type (aqueous or organic solvent).  Please contact us at sales@msesupplies.com to send your requirements. 

Specifications

Product SKU# BR0125
Pack Size
1 kg per roll
Substrate material Al (≥99.9% purity)
Substrate thickness (available range) 12~30 µm
Substrate width Customized
Coating material TIMCAL Super P + KS6 Graphite
Coating thickness (available range) 1~2 µm
Coating side One side or two sides
Coating type Aqueous or organic solvent
Coating density 0.5-2.0 g/m2
Coating width Customized
This product's dimensions

Aluminum 12 µm

Both sides coated with 1 µm conductive carbon

Density: 0.5 g/m2

Coated width: 230 mm

Aluminum foil  width: 260 mm

Total Thickness: 14 µm

 

References:

1. Carbon-coated Aluminum Foil as Current Collector for Improving the Performance of Lithium Sulfur Batteries, Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 12 (2017) 3099 – 3108

2. Vapor-phase polymerization of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) on commercial carbon coated aluminum foil as enhanced electrodes for supercapacitors, J. Power Sources, Volume 297, 30 November 2015, Pages 195-201

3. Unveiling and Amplifying the Benefits of Carbon-Coated Aluminum Current Collectors for Sustainable LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cathodes, ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2020, 3, 1, 218–230