Double Sides Lithium Cobalt Oxide (LiCoO2) Coated Aluminum Foil For Battery Research (240mm x 200mm x 128um), 5 sheets/pack
John B. Goodenough's research group first discovered lithium cobalt oxide as an intercalation electrode in 1980. Lithium cobalt oxide (LCO, LiCoO2) is now widely used as the cathode material in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries found in consumer electronics products. When being charged, the cobalt is partially oxidized to the +4 state, with some lithium ions moving to the electrolyte, resulting in a range of compounds LixCoO2 with 0 < x < 1. Lithium ion batteries made with LiCoO2 cathode have good capacity stability. This LiCoO2 coated aluminum foil can be used as cathode for coin cell and pouch cell.
This LiCoO2 coated aluminum foil can be customized upon request, such as coating thickness/width, and aluminum foil thickness/width. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide your requirements.
|Substrate material||Aluminum (≥99.5% purity)|
|Substrate thickness||14 µm|
|Substrate size||240x200 mm|
|Coating area||220x200 mm|
|Coating side||Two sides|
|Active material weight||17.56 g|
|Coating density||420 g/m2|
|Coating thickness||total 114 um of two sides coating|
|Total thickness||128 um|
Please vacuum dry the sheets before use to ensure the best performance.