AmpceraTM LISICON LAGP Solid State Electrolyte Membrane for Advanced Lithium Batteries, 200um thick, 19mm diameter
The unique properties of Ampcera™ LISICON LAGP membrane solid state electrolyte materials make them ideal choices for all solid state lithium batteries, advanced Lithium-Sulfur, Lithium-Air, Lithium-Water batteries, etc.
- Size(Diameter: 19 mm, Thickness: 200 +/- 10 um). This size is suitable for CR2032 button cell testing. In stock, fast shipment.
- Surface: both sides are polished
- Lithium ion conductivity: 5x10-4 S/cm at room temperatureand stable in air. This conductivity performance is comparable to the Lithium-Ion Conducting Glass-Ceramics (LICGC) products manufactured by Ohara Corporation, which only reported lithium ion conductivity of <4x10-4 S/cm at room temperature.
- Relative Density: >96%
- Bulk Density: 3.3 g/cm3
- Flexural strength: >100 MPa
- Main crystalline phase: Li5Al0.5Ge1.5P3O12(LAGP) or Li1.5Al0.5Ge1.5(PO4)3 (LAGP), Lithium aluminum germanium phosphate. Small amount of proprietary dopants are present.
- LAGP is superior to LATP because of the better electrochemical stability of the LAGP.
- Primary crystal structure: NASICON type crystals
- Applications: Lithiumair battery, Lithiumsulfur battery, solid state batteries, and other electrochemical devices.
- * All solid state electrolyte materials sold by MSE Supplies are under the trademark of Ampcera.
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