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Ampcera Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (1.5 wt%) coated Single Crystal NMC 631 Cathode Powder, 10g - MSE Supplies LLC

Ampcera Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1.5 wt%) coated Single Crystal NMC 631 Cathode Powder, 10g

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Ampcera Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (1.5 wt%) coated Single Crystal NMC Ni82 Cathode Powder, 10g - MSE Supplies LLC

Ampcera Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1.5 wt%) coated Single Crystal NMC Ni82 Cathode Powder, 10g

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Ampcera Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (1.5 wt%) coated Single Crystal NMC Ni90 Cathode Powder, 10g - MSE Supplies LLC

Ampcera Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1.5 wt%) coated Single Crystal NMC Ni90 Cathode Powder, 10g

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Lithium Cobalt Oxide LiCoO<sub>2</sub> LCO Cathode Powder 500g,  MSE Supplies

Ampcera® Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1wt%) coated LCO Cathode Powder, 10g

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Ampcera® Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (1wt%) coated NMC 532 Cathode Powder, 10g - MSE Supplies LLC

Ampcera® Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1wt%) coated NMC 532 Cathode Powder, 10g

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Ampcera® Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (1wt%) coated NMC 622 Cathode Powder, 10g - MSE Supplies LLC

Ampcera® Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1wt%) coated NMC 622 Cathode Powder, 10g

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Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO<sub>3</sub> (1wt%) coated NMC 811 Cathode Powder 10g,  MSE Supplies

Ampcera® Lithium Niobium Oxide, LiNbO3 (1wt%) coated NMC 811 Cathode Powder, 10g

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What are Solid Electrolyte Materials?

Solid electrolyte materials are a distinct class of electrolytes utilized in energy storage and conversion systems. Unlike their liquid counterparts, they exist in a solid state and are characterized by their ability to facilitate ionic transfer while maintaining separation between the electrodes, thus preventing short circuits. Solid-state battery electrolyte materials come in different forms, including inorganic (such as ceramic or glass) and organic (polymer-based) solid electrolytes. Critical aspects of solid electrolyte materials include:

  • High ionic conductivity: Solid electrolytes allow ions to move freely, critical to the battery's performance.
  • Thermal stability: Unlike liquid electrolytes, solid ones exhibit superior thermal stability, minimizing safety concerns related to overheating.
  • Enabling technology: They are essential for solid-state batteries, a technology that promises higher energy density and improved safety over traditional lithium-ion batteries.

Solid electrolyte materials offer more efficient, safer, and energy-dense storage solutions.

Solid Electrolyte Materials Applications

Solid electrolyte materials find applications in areas demanding high-performance energy storage and conversion systems.

  • Solid State Batteries: These yield higher energy density and improved safety parameters over conventional liquid electrolyte batteries, making them a top choice for electric vehicles (EVs) and grid storage.
  • Lithium Metal Batteries: Solid electrolyte materials offer lithium metal protection in lithium metal batteries.
  • Semi-solid Batteries: Solid electrolyte materials can be used in combination with organic polymers, ionic liquids, or gel polymers in semi-solid batteries.

These applications underline the critical role of solid electrolyte materials in advancing future energy storage and conversion technologies. 

The Benefits of Solid Electrolyte Materials

Solid electrolyte materials offer distinctive benefits:

  • Safety: They eliminate leakage risks and significantly reduce flammability issues.
  • Performance: High ionic conductivity enables better battery performance and efficiency.
  • Energy Density: Solid state battery electrolyte materials with higher energy density make longer-lasting electronic devices and electric vehicles possible.

Order Solid Electrolyte Materials from MSE Supplies

MSE Supplies is your trusted source of top-quality solid electrolyte materials. Request a quote or place your order today. Contact us online with any questions, or call (520) 789-6673. Our materials scientists will be happy to discuss your project needs.