Aluminum Oxide Used for lithium battery Diaphragm

What is a ceramic diaphragm. A special ceramic coating diaphragm uses PP,PE or multi-layer Composite diaphragms as the matrix. The surface is then coated with a nano-sized layer of aluminum oxide material which is closely bound to the substrate following special processing. The high temperature safety and reliability of lithium-ion… Continue reading

The application status and development direction of graphite in lithium batteries

graphite: an ideal anode materials Natural graphite made of carbonaceous organic material under high temperatures It comes in two colors: black and steel grey with semi-metallicluster. This crystal structure is a hexagonal crystal system. This crystal structure is hexagonal and has heat conduction, high temperature resistance and electrical conductivity. This… Continue reading

The Main Preparation Method of Spherical Quartz Powder

What’s sphere quartz powder? After being purified from quartz crystal, spherical quartz powder undergoes a very high temperature process. It then changes its phase form, crystal form, shape, and temperature instantly from the solid to the molten and finally to the solid states. Amorphous powder is made of irregularly formed… Continue reading

An Important Structural Ceramic Material Silicon Nitride Powder

Silicon nitride powder An inorganic substance with chemical formula Si3N4. It’s a structural ceramic material that is important for durability, lubricity and wear resistance. Silicon Nitride Properties: You can find silicon nitride in powder form. It comes in three colors: gray, white and off-white. Silicon nitride powder is highly insoluble… Continue reading

The Knowledge of Ceramic Powder Properties And Ceramic Powder Applications

Ceramic powder This is a heterogeneous, composite material made of metals or alloys and one or many ceramic phases. Ceramic phase of cermets usually contains high melting point oxides (Al2O3,ZrO3, BeO3, MgO etc.). ), nitrides (TiN, BN, Si3N4, etc. ), carbides (TiC, WC, etc. ), borides (TiB2, ZrB2, etc.) The… Continue reading