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Title: Capacity improvement of mechanically and chemically treated Sri Lanka natural graphite as an anode material in Li-ion batteries
Authors:  Balasooriya, N.W.B., Touzain, P., Bandaranayake, P.W.S.K.,
Keywords: Natural graphite
Li-ion battery
Reversible capacity
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Ionics, 13:305–309.
Abstract: Abstract Sri Lanka natural graphite is found in various morphologies with different structural and physical characteristics. The most abundant morphology, the shiny– slippery–fibrous graphite found in Bogala mines (BSSI), has a very high purity of more than 98% and high crystallinity. Pure natural graphite as well as mechanically ball-milled and chemically oxidated in air or with (NH4)2S2O8 graphite has been evaluated as an anode material for Li-ion battery application, with a focus on improvement of the reversible capacity.
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