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  • 1. Anode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery -Technology Trend and Market Forecast (2012 ver.)Phone: +44 20 8123 2220Fax: +44 207 900 3970office@marketpublishers.comhttp://marketpublishers.com
  • 2. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.comAnode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery - Technology Trend and MarketForecast (2012 ver.) Date: March 12, 2012 Pages: 234 Price: US$ 4,950.00 ID: A343E0C7C20ENAnode material receiving increasing attention with expansion of LIB applicationsAs of 2011, more than 97% of LIB anode material consumption is occupied by graphite. Graphite has heldits dominant position, since Sony succeeded in commercialization of LIB for the first time in 1991. Contraryto other materials that have undergone significant changes such as anode materials and separators, it hasremained the same for last 20 years.Graphite is largely classified into natural graphite and artificial graphite. Natural graphite occurs in the statewhere about 5-15% of graphite is contained. Graphite to be used as an LIB anode material, however,should have cell-grade purity, at least more than 99.5%. To increase purity, a process of eliminatingimpurities is to be carried out after separation and chemical treatment. In some times, it is processed into aspherical form and undergoes pith coating.On the other hand, artificial graphite is a material produced by heating carbon precursors such aspetroleum or coal tar cokes but minerals as starting materials at the high temperature of more than 2800CAnode materials other than graphite are soft carbon and hard carbon, which are produced by carrying outheat treatment to cokes composed of carbon at a relatively low temperature of 1000~1200?? Especiallyhard carbon is increasing in importance due to its application to electric vehicles.Among compound-based materials, LTO, one of oxide compounds, began to be adopted by Toshiba.Among metal compounds, a Sn-Co-C anode material is being adopted by Sony.LIB anode materials should meet the following conditions. High charge/discharge capacity (per unit weight or unit volume) Low initial irreversible capacity loss Excellent charge/discharge cycle properties High electric conductivity and ion diffusion rates within active materials Less change in volume by intercalation/deintercalation of lithium Eco-friendliness Easy manufacturing process and low pricesIt is graphite that meets the above conditions. New requirements for anode materials, however, arecontinuously being made for high capacity and high output LIB.This report provides the technology trends of various types of anode materials, especially the recent trendfocused on alloy and compound-based materials.In addition, this report examines the current status of anode material production by manufacturer in Japan,China, Korea and other countries; 13 Japanese companies, 5 Chinese companies and 4 Koreancompanies.Lastly, the consumer-side trend and the provider-side trend are provided based on pipelines by country,Anode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery - Technology Trend and Market Forecast (2012 ver.) 2
  • 3. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.commanufacturer, and type. In addition, the demand for the anode material market in the IT and EV market until2015 is forecasted.Key Points Worlds first report specialized on anode materials for li-ion secondary cells Includes the up-to-date technology trends for alloy, and compound-based anode materials as well as graphite. Analysis on more than 20 anode material manufacturers in the world Detailed market analysis from 2009 to 2011 2012-2015 anode market forecastTable of Content1. INTRODUCTION1.1. Lithium metal secondary cell and Li-ion cell1.2 Lithium metal anode1.3 Requirement for anode material as alternative of lithium metal1.4 Current development of carbon-based anode1.5 Current development of anode material2. CARBON-BASED ANODE MATERIAL2.1 Overview of carbon 2.1.1 Combination of carbon atoms 2.1.2 Manufacturing process of carbon 2.1.2.1 Gas-phase carbonization 2.1.2.2 Liquid-phase carbonization 2.1.2.3 Solid-phase carbonization2.2 Soft-carbon based anode material 2.2.1 Carbonite 2.2.1.1 Structure property 2.2.1.2 Electro-chemical property 2.2.1.3 Electrode reaction mechanism 2.2.1.4 Graphitic carbon manufacturing process and commercial graphite 2.2.1.4.1 Artificial graphite (MCMB/MCF/MAG) 2.2.1.4.2 Natural graphite 2.2.2 Low-temperature calcinated carbon 2.2.2.1 Structural property 2.2.2.2 Electro chemical property 2.2.2.3 Electro reaction mechanism 2.2.2.4 Manufacturing process2.3 Hard-carbon based anode material 2.3.1 Hard-carbon based material (non-graphitizable carbons) 2.3.1.1 Structure property 2.3.1.2 Electro-chemical property 2.3.1.3 Electrode reaction mechanism 2.3.1.4 Manufacturing process3. ALLOY-BASED ANODE MATERIAL3.1 Allow-based anode materials3.2 Characteristic and manufacturing technology of alloy-based anode materialAnode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery - Technology Trend and Market Forecast (2012 ver.) 3
  • 4. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com 3.2.1 Problem and solution 3.2.2 Metal compound-based anode material 3.2.3 Metal - Carbon compound-based anode material 3.2.3.1 High capacity of active metal and carbon-coating of high capacity active metal and alloy 3.2.3.2 High capacity active metal and alloy/graphite-based carbon composite 3.2.3.3 Carbon coating of high capacity active metal and alloy/graphite-based carbon composite 3.2.3.4 Si chemical deposition of graphite and carbon nano fiber 3.2.4 Other Si anode material 3.2.4.1 3-dimensional porous Si 3.2.4.2 Si nano-tube 3.2.5 Metal/alloy thin-film anode4. COMPOUND-BASED ANODE MATERIAL4.1 Oxide based anode material 4.1.1 Li4Ti5O12 (or Li4/3Ti5/3O4) 4.1.2 TiO2 4.1.2.1 Rutile TiO2 4.1.2.2 Anatase TiO2 4.1.2.3 TiO2-B 4.1.2.4 Brookite4.2 Nitride-based anode material5. INFLUENCE OF ANODE ON STABILITY OF LI-ION CELL6. TREND OF GLOBAL ANODE MANUFACTURERS IN JAPAN6.1 Anode industry in Japan 6.1.1 Hitachi Chemical 6.1.2 Nippon Carbon 6.1.3 JFE Chemical 6.1.4 Mitsubishi Chemical 6.1.5 Hitachi Powdered Metals 6.1.6 Kureha 6.1.7 Showa Denko 6.1.8 Others6.2 Trend of global anode manufacturers in China 6.2.1 BTR Eneregy Materials Co., Ltd. 6.2.2 Shanghai Shanshan Tech Co., Ltd. 6.2.3 Morgan AM&T Hairong Co., Ltd (formal, Changsha Hairong New Materials Co., Ltd) 6.2.4 Others6.3 Trend of global anode manufacturers in China 6.3.1 OCI Materials. 6.3.2. POSCO Kemtech 6.3.3 GS Caltex 6.3.3 Aero Chemical6.4 Others 6.4.1 TIMCAL Graphite & Carbon 6.4.2 ConocoPhilips7. CURRENT STATUS AND FORECAST OF GLOBAL ANODE MATERIAL MARKET (2009~2015)7.1 Current status of global anode material consumption (2009~2011) 7.1.1 Change in global anode material consumption 7.1.2 Change in global anode material by countryAnode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery - Technology Trend and Market Forecast (2012 ver.) 4
  • 5. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com 7.1.3 Change in global anode material by type 7.1.4 Change in global anode material by country and type 7.1.4.1 Korea 7.1.4.2 Japan 7.1.4.3 China7.2 Current status of anode material usage by li-ion secondary manufacturer 7.2.1 Samsung SDI 7.2.2 LG Chemical 7.2.3 Sanyo 7.2.4 Sony 7.2.5 Panasonic 7.2.6 Maxell 7.2.7 BYD 7.2.8 Lishen 7.2.9 ATL 7.2.10 BAK 7.2.11 A1237.3 Current status of anode supply by country7.4 Current status of anode material supply by manufacturer 7.4.1 Hitachi Chemical 7.4.2 JFE Chemical 7.4.3 Tokai Carbon 7.4.4 Showa Denko 7.4.5 Nippon Carbon 7.4.6 Mitsubishi Chemical 7.4.7 Chuo Denki Kogyo 7.4.8 Hitachi Powdered Metals 7.4.9 Nippon Power Graphite 7.4.10 Carbon Tech 7.4.11 BTR 7.4.12 Shanshan Tech 7.4.13 Morgan AM&T(Changsha)7.5 Current status of LIB anode material by type7.6 Market forecast of LIB anode material market (2012~2015)Anode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery - Technology Trend and Market Forecast (2012 ver.) 5
  • 6. Phone: +44 20 8123 2220 http://marketpublishers.com I would like to order: Product name: Anode Material for Li-ion Secondary Battery - Technology Trend and Market Forecast (2012 ver.) Product link: http://marketpublishers.com/r/A343E0C7C20EN.html Product ID: A343E0C7C20EN Price: US$ 4,950.00 (Single User License / Electronic Delivery) If you want to order Corporate License or Hard Copy, please, contact our Customer Service: office@marketpublishers.com Payment To pay by Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal), please, click BUY NOW button on product page http://marketpublishers.com/r/A343E0C7C20EN.html To pay by Wire Transfer, please, fill in your contact details in the form below: First name: Last name: E-mail: Company: Address: City: Zip/Post Code: Country: Tel: Fax: Your message: * All fields are required Customer Signature _______________________________________ Please, note that by ordering from MarketPublisher.com you are agreeing to our Terms & Conditions at http://marketpublishers.com/docs/terms_conditions.html To place an order via fax simply print this form, fill in the information below and fax the completed form to +44 20 7900 3970Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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