Ampcera® Argyrodite Li5.5PS4.5Cl1.5 Sulfide Solid Electrolyte, Pass 325 mesh (D50 < 10 um) Fine Powder, 10g

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Ampcera® Sulfide Solid Electrolyte Argyrodite Type Li5.5PS4.5Cl1.5 Fine Powder, Pass 325 mesh, D50 <10 um, 10g

If you need more than 200 grams, please contact Ampcera Inc. ( directly for bulk pricing. 

Manufacturer: Ampcera Inc.
Product Number: PO0208
Pack size: 10g
Nominal Composition: Li5.5PS4.5Cl1.5
Material Type: Argyrodite, Li-argyrodite crystalline phase
Purity: Synthesized from >99.9% precursor materials
Product Form: light yellow color powder
Particle Size: Pass 325 mesh, D50 <10 µm.
This fine powder can be directly used to make composite solid electrolytes or to mix with cathode materials as solid state catholyte. 
Ionic Conductivity: >1 x 10-3 S/cm (typical value 1~10 mS/cm) at R.T. 25°C
The ionic conductivity is slightly lower compared to the coarse powder due to the effect of more interfaces among the ultra fine particles. Typical value of the coarse argyrodite powder is 2~5 mS/cm at R.T. 25°C
Electronic Conductivity: ~10-8 S/cm at R.T. 25°C
Wide electrochemical stability window: from 0 to 7 V vs. Lithium
Applications: Solid state electrolyte material for all solid state lithium ion batteries. Cathode electrolyte (catholyte).
Storage and Cautions: Water sensitive. Store and operate in a dry environment.

* All the solid state electrolyte materials sold by MSE Supplies are under the trademark of Ampcera.

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