The Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) has developed a new battery material named as graphene ball.
The new graphene ball battery material feature of fast charging compared to any other battery. This material would be available in both mobile device and electronic …
“In theory, a battery based on the “graphene ball” material requires only 12 minutes to fully charge. Additionally, the battery can maintain a highly stable 60 degree Celsius temperature, with stable battery temperatures particularly key for electric vehicles.
In its research, SAIT sought for an approach to apply graphene, a material with high strength and conductivity to batteries, and discovered a mechanism to mass synthesize graphene into a 3D form like popcorn using affordable silica (SiO2).
This “graphene ball” was utilized for both the anode protective layer and cathode materials in lithium-ion batteries. This ensured an increase of charging capacity, decrease of charging time as well as stable temperatures.”
Samsung Develops Battery Material with 5x Faster Charging Speed
Source: Alerts – Samsung