Cabot launches new conductive additive lithium-ion batteries
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Cabot launches new conductive additive for lithium-ion batteries

4:24 AM, 21st February 2013
Cabot launches new conductive additive for lithium-ion batteries

BOSTON, US: Cabot Corp launched LITX 200, a new conductive additive for high power lithium-ion battery applications. The lithium-ion battery market continues to evolve as high power and high capacity cells are increasingly utilized in a variety of applications such as electronics, electric vehicles, grid control and renewable energy. According to industry research firm Avicenne, battery makers are estimated to grow global lithium-ion battery sales to more than $18 billion by 2020.

“Lithium-ion battery technology is continuing to experience extreme growth in a variety of high-end applications, but the technology is hindered by its limited energy density and its inability to quickly accept or discharge large amounts of energy. With the LITX 200 conductive additive, we are helping battery developers overcome these limitations. Following the success of our LITX 50 launch last year, we are continuing to deliver new additives to impact the development of new batteries for electric vehicles and portable electronics applications,” said Gregg Smith, General Manager, Cabot Energy Materials.

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