Sila, which developed a “revolutionary material” for lithium-ion batteries, named the first device in which it is used

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Sila, developing next-generation battery materials, reported “the most significant breakthrough in battery chemistry in 30 years.” Behind this formulation lies a technology designed to replace graphite anodes. Sila’s silicon anode composition has significantly increased the specific energy of the batteries. As a result, they can be reduced in size without compromising safety or capacity.

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Let’s clarify that we are not talking about laboratory samples. The development is commercially available and has already found application in the wearable electronic device WHOOP 4.0, which we will talk about separately, but for now let’s return to the Sila materials. They are said to already increase the specific energy of the battery by 20%, and the potential gain can be increased up to 40% without sacrificing service life, power, safety and other qualities.

The development took about ten years.

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