The technological achievements of the MaxAh startup are published in the article “Graphene’s Correlation of Electrical and Magnetic Properties Manages the Modification and Increasing the Energy of Li Batteries”, an international edition of ECS.
Creating new and improving existing energy storage and distribution sources is a priority in our research. The electrochemical properties of graphene make it possible to obtain an improved battery with characteristics that surpass all existing modern analogues.
MaxAh uses graphene produced in Ukraine as an electrically conductive additive, as part of the anode and cathode, as a result – an increase in the specific power of the battery due to a decrease in internal resistance and a more uniform redistribution of heat fluxes.
Our goal is to advance the technology and bring the next generation of batteries to the market, using less energy, without harming the environment.
Read more about our work in the article: Graphene’s Correlation of Electrical and Magnetic Properties Manages the Modification and Increasing the Energy of Li Batteries on the pages of the scientific and theoretical publication – ECS TRANSACTIONS.
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