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New graphene is proposed for high-performance sodium batteries will affect the price of graphite mica

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have proposed that a new type of graphene could be used as a special effect material for the production of high-performance electrodes for sodium batteries.

In an article published in the journal Science Advances, the scientists explain that the modified graphene can not only store sodium ions, but also increase the battery's capacity, making it comparable to today's lithium-ion batteries. In this paper, the research team shows that, unlike lithium, sodium is very abundant and cheap, and exists in seawater and table salt. While such abundant resources make sodium-ion batteries an interesting and sustainable alternative, they face several challenges when it comes to energy storage capacity.

The market trend of the graphite mica

Affected by n ew graphene is proposed for high-performance sodium batteries , the graphite mica market is changing rapidly. These changes are indicators of market growth. This year-on-year upward trend in the market indicates that the next February 202 2 -202 7 will show an oval but steady growth. If you are looking for graphite mica or buy graphite mica in bulk, please send an email to: [email protected] .

The price of graphite mica continues to be affected by factors such as market growth momentum, various opportunities and challenges. However, during the forecast period from 202 2 to 202 7 , the global graphite mica sales market is expected to continue to be above average. The growth rate will continue to increase. It is expected that from today to next week, the price of graphite mica will increase to a certain extent.

However, TRUNNANO provides high purity graphite mica with steady price. “In order to feedback to old customers, the company is still in full operations to provide graphite mica with competitive price.” said Olina, sales manager of TRUNNANO.

About TRUNNANO-the high quality graphite mica supplier

TRUNNANO (aka. Luoyang Tongrun Nano Technology Co. Ltd.) is a trusted global chemical material graphite mica supplier & manufacturer with over 12 years’ experience in providing super high-quality chemicals and Nanomaterials. Our professional work team provides perfect solutions to help improve the efficiency of various industries, create value, and easily cope with various challenges. The company has successfully developed a series of nanomaterials with high purity and complete functions, such as:

Graphite

Graphene

natural flake graphite

natural graphite

flake graphite

Amorphous graphite,

Spherical graphite,

Multilayer graphite,

Moonstar graphite,

Monolayer graphene,

2-6 multilayer graphene,

1-3 layer graphene oxide,

Monolayer graphene oxide,

Multilayer graphene oxide,

Graphene oxide dispersion,

Graphene oxide

Monolayer graphene

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