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April 24th (Wednesday) AndTech “Development trends and future prospects of electrode binders and negative electrodes for higher capacity, longer life, and improved performance of lithium-ion secondary batteries” WEB online Zoom seminar scheduled to b

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April 24th (Wednesday) AndTech “Development trends and future prospects of electrode binders and negative electrodes for higher capacity, longer life, and improved performance of lithium-ion secondary batteries” WEB online Zoom seminar scheduled to be held Lectures will be given by Futoshi Matsumoto, Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry and Life Science, Kanagawa University, Takashi Mukai, President of ATTACCATO LLC, and Kenya Sonobe, Functional Materials Research Institute, Zeon Corporation.
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AndTech Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, President and CEO: Masao Suyama, hereinafter referred to as AndTech) is a leading company to meet the growing need to solve problems with binders as part of a Zoom course for R&D development support. We will be holding a “Binder” course, which will be taught by several instructors.
Introducing the concept of binder design based on technology development examples to suppress swelling, extend life, and suppress lithium precipitation using negative electrode binder materials! This course is scheduled to start on April 24, 2024.
Details: https://andtech.co.jp/seminars/1eee0442-d654-63a6-9790-064fb9a95405
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Theme: Development trends and future prospects for electrode binders and negative electrodes aimed at increasing capacity, extending life, and improving performance of lithium-ion secondary batteries ~Development of Si-based negative electrode coated with water-based binder and inorganic binder for positive electrode~
Date and time: Wednesday, April 24, 2024 13:00-17:05
Participation fee: 49,500 yen (tax included) * Materials will be distributed electronically
U R L: https://andtech.co.jp/seminars/1eee0442-d654-63a6-9790-064fb9a95405 Web distribution format: Zoom (URL will be sent after application) Seminar course content structure
-Program/Lecturer-
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Part 1 Preparation of binder for lithium ion secondary battery electrode and water-based binder
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Lecturer: Kanagawa University, Faculty of Chemistry and Life Science, Department of Applied Chemistry/Professor Futoshi Matsumoto
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Part 2 Development of Si-based negative electrode coated with inorganic binder and electrode properties
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Lecturer: Mr. Takashi Mukai, President of ATTACCATO LLC
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Part 3: Technological trends in negative electrode binders and their impact on battery characteristics
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Lecturer: Mr. Kenya Sonobe, Director, Functional Materials Laboratory 1, Zeon Corporation
Knowledge you can learn and technical issues you can solve in this seminar Importance of binder in lithium ion secondary batteries (LIB) Improving LIB performance with new binder
・Advantages and disadvantages of current lithium-ion batteries ・Si-based negative electrode and peripheral technology
・Approach to improving the lifespan of Si-based negative electrodes ・Electrode characteristics using inorganic binder
Role of binder in lithium-ion batteries
Functions required of lithium ion battery negative electrode binder Examples of technological development and future trends for
lithium-ion battery negative electrode binders
Format of this seminar
This will be a live streaming seminar using the web conferencing tool “Zoom”. Details will be provided after you apply.
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Chemistry, materials, electronics, automobiles, energy, medical equipment, food packaging, building materials, etc.
We provide research and development support services that provide information for clients involved in R&D in a wide range of fields. We have a team of first-class instructors, and we offer services ranging from “technical courses and seminars” to “lecturer dispatch,” “publishing,” and “consultant dispatch.”
We provide a variety of services such as “market trend research”, “business matching”, and “business development consulting”.
We listen to our clients and provide effective support to help them expand into new business areas and markets of their choice.
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We hold a number of web course seminars taught by top-notch
instructors every month.
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Inquiries regarding this matter
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Email address: pr●andtech.co.jp (please change ● to @ and contact us) All program items below (please take a look if you are interested in details) ∽∽────────────────────────∽∽
Part 1 Preparation of binder for lithium ion secondary battery electrode and water-based binder
[Purpose of the lecture]
We have developed water-based binders for positive electrodes, treated the surface of current collectors for application of water-based binders, and coated positive electrode materials. I would like to explain one thing and introduce content that will give you a sense of the necessity and future potential of water-based binders.
【program】
1. Function and role of binder in lithium ion secondary batteries 1-1 Role that binder should have
2. Binder dispersion method and electrode film formation method 3.Binder for negative electrode
3-1 Types of water-based binders
3-2 Comparison of battery performance between water-based binder and solvent-based binder
3-3 About carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) binder
3-4 About acrylic acid binder
4. Binder for positive electrode
4-1 Types of water-based binders
4-2 Comparison of battery performance between water-based binder and solvent-based binder
4-3 About carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) binder
4-4 About the combination of CMC binder and Li-excess solid solution cathode material
5. Binder for positive and negative electrodes using nanostructures 6. Research trends and future challenges
【Question-and-answer session】
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Part 2 Development of Si-based negative electrode coated with inorganic binder and electrode properties
[Purpose of the lecture]
In order to increase the capacity of lithium-ion batteries, research and development is underway on silicon (Si)-based negative electrodes, which can achieve several times higher capacity than conventional graphite-based negative electrodes. However, if the binding strength of the electrode binder is insufficient, the active material (mixture material) layer tends to peel off from the current collector, resulting in a shortened cycle life. In order to extend the lifespan of Si-based negative electrodes, it is important to develop a technology that can maintain a conductive network during charging and discharging. In this lecture, we will introduce how coating Si negative electrodes with inorganic binders contributes to higher capacity, longer life, and higher safety of batteries.
【program】
1. Lithium-ion battery market trends
2. Requirements for next-generation secondary batteries
3. Characteristics, peripheral technology, and morphology of Si-based negative electrodes
4. Risk of battery runaway caused by conductivity of Si-based negative electrode 5. Development of inorganic binder for Si negative electrode, electrode characteristics, and safety
5-1. Development of inorganic binder for batteries
5-2. Development of inorganic binder coated electrode
5-3. Si negative electrode, Si-graphite mixed negative electrode, Si-hard carbon mixed negative electrode
5-4. Development example of an Antarctic-specification biologging power supply 6. Future prospects
【Question-and-answer session】
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Part 3: Technological trends in negative electrode binders and their impact on battery characteristics
[Purpose of the lecture]
With the expansion of lithium-ion secondary batteries into in-vehicle applications, cells are becoming larger and have higher capacity, and technological development is progressing to improve productivity and lower costs. The binder used is recognized as an important member that contributes not only to the process functions related to cell manufacturing but also to the improvement of the cell functions. In this lecture, we will introduce the concept of binder design and other technical development examples regarding negative electrode binders based on the required functions, and discuss future trends.
【program】
1. Introduction
2. Functions of negative electrode binder and materials used 3. Technological trends in negative electrode binders
4. Future development trends
【Question-and-answer session】
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