Karlheinz Strobl1, Rune Wendelbo2, Rahul Fotedar2, Riju Shinghal1, and Mathieu Monville1
1CVD Equipment Corporation, 355 S. Technology Drive, Central Islip, New York 11722, USA
2Graphene Batteries AS, Forskningsveien 1, 0314 Oslo, Norway
Battery and ultracapacitor electrodes are traditionally made with at least one polymeric binder material that mechanically holds the various, powder like, raw materials together. In addition to increasing the electrode resistance, the binder is assumed to be at least partially responsible for the performance degradation over time for rechargeable Lithium batteries.
We present here for the