Energy Storage and Transmission

At the heart of SCNTE LLC is energy storage and power transmission. All of our materials have been specifically engineered to be superior to CVD and arc discharge grown carbon
nanomaterials. Because electrochemical activity - arguably the most important aspect of carbon electrode performance - is a function of defects in sp2 carbon, SCNTE LLC engineered
the process to maximize performance. This is done by maximizing the number of electron transfer sites (related to the "defect" band in the Raman spectra), and ensuring no
electrochemically active impurities are present. SCNTE LLC material are superior to Carbon NanoTubes in purity (no metal catalysts are used in production), consistency (SCNTE LLC
uses a patented, solid state Carbo Thermal Carbide Conversion process), and electrochemical activity (CNT geometry ensures a large basal plane to edge plane content, opposite of
SCNTE LLC nanocarbon).
As seen above, SCNTE LLC nanocarbon material is uniquely suited to electrochemical power storage. The ultra high electrochemically active surface
area allows for higher currents. The tightly networked, ultra small SWCNT (<1nm in diameter) ropes allow for much higher lithium storage. The
extremely high number of kinks in the individual tubes and ropes increase the possible electron transfer sites, and produce a more isotropic electrode
material.
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Sustainable Carbon NanoTechnology and Engineering LLC
Engineered NanoCarbon Materials for Power Storage and Transmission                       
Contact:
info@scnte.com
Phone: 937.602.4544
7278 North US68
Wilmington, OH 45177