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Ampcera™ Sulfide Solid Electrolyte Argyrodite Type Li6PS5Cl Fine Powder, Pass 325 mesh (D50 below 10 um)

  • $ 73500


Ampcera™ Sulfide Solid Electrolyte Argyrodite Type Li6PS5Cl Fine Powder, Pass 325 mesh, D50 <10 um

Manufacturer: Ampcera Inc.
Composition: : Li6PS5Cl 
Material Type: Argyrodite, Li-argyrodite crystalline phase
Purity: 99.9%
Product Form: light yellow color powder
Particle Size: Pass 325 mesh, D50 <10 μm. This fine powder can be directly used to make composite electrolytes or to mix with cathode materials. The finer powder helps to improve the cathode-electrolyte interface contact
Ionic Conductivity: > 2 × 10−3 S/cm (>2 mS/cm) at room temperature, the ionic conductivity is lower compared to the coarse one due to the effect of more grain boundaries.
Electronic Conductivity: ~3 x 10−7 S/cm at room temperature
Wide electrochemical stability window: from 0 to 7 V vs. Lithium (Ref. S. Boulineau, et al., Solid State Ionics, 221 (2012) P1-5.)
Applications: solid state electrolyte material for all solid state lithium ion batteries. Cathode electrolyte. 
Storage and Cautions: Water sensitive. Store and operate in a dry environment.
About Argyrodite solid electrolyte: 
Argyrodite-type crystalline materials, such as Li6PS5Cl, are promising solid electrolytes for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries because of their high ionic conductivity (> 3 mS/cm at room temperature), good processability and excellent electrochemical stability (> 7V vs lithium).  Because of its proprietary technology, Ampcera Inc. is the first company in the world that has successfully commercialized the Argyrodite-type Li6PS5Cl solid electrolyte material with an available production capacity of more than one metric ton per year. Please contact us for bulk order discount.  Customized processing is also available to meet the technical specifications requested by customers. 
* All solid state electrolyte materials sold by MSE Supplies are under the trademark of Ampcera™.
X-Ray Diffraction of Li6PS5Cl 
Li6PS5CL, Argyrodite, XRD
References
History of lithium superionic conductors. The latest generation is LGPS

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