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Expanded Graphite Powder

Expanded graphite powder is a fine, powdered form of expanded graphite, which is produced by grinding or milling expanded graphite into a fine particle size.
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder
  • Expanded Graphite Powder

Characteristics:
Form: Soft black powder platelets
Odor: Odorless
Tapped Density: ~ 0.098 g/cm3
Elemental analysis: C: 94.7 – 96.0%, O: 2.95 – 4.30%, Si: 0.95 – 1.10%
Stability: Stable under room conditions
ID/IG of Raman: 0.04

Applications:
Thermal management
Fire retardant materials
Lubricants
Batteries
Chemical industry
concrete and building materials
Sports equipment

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The resulting powder has the same unique physical and chemical properties as expanded graphite, including its high porosity, low density, and excellent thermal and electrical conductivity.


Expanded graphite powder is used in a variety of applications due to its unique properties. One of its primary uses is as a conductive additive in lithium-ion batteries, where it helps to improve the battery's performance and increase its lifespan. The high surface area and porosity of expanded graphite powder allow it to absorb and store lithium ions, which helps to enhance the battery's energy density and power output.


Expanded graphite powder is also used as a lubricant in high-temperature applications, due to its ability to withstand extreme temperatures and pressures. It is commonly used in the manufacturing of high-temperature seals and gaskets, as well as in the production of specialty coatings and composites. Additionally, it can be used as an additive in plastics, rubbers, and other materials to improve their thermal and electrical conductivity.