2014-009 – Multifunctional, High Temperature-Stable Ceramic Composite Material

Researchers at KSU have developed a multifunctional composite material that has high thermal stability and superior electrical properties. This material is a functionalized hBN composite that can serve as a flexible, high-performance paper anode in Lithium ion batteries and has been found to demonstrate high reversible capacity, very high thermal stability and extreme conversion rate capability compared to existing graphite electrodes. Additionally, the material has been demonstrated for its ability to resist damage from a high-power laser while absorbing thermal energy. Aarushi Gupta-Sheth aarushi@ksu.edu 785-532-3907

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