>99% Lithium Difluorophosphate (LiDFP) for Battery Research
Lithium Difluorophosphate (LiDFP), >99%
Lithium Difluorophosphate (LiDFP) is an off-white electrolyte additive. Its most common uses include being used as an electrolyte material in rechargeable batteries. It can reduce battery self-discharge, reduce the volume of lithium hexafluorophosphate, improve the battery high and low temperature performance to improve the cycling efficiency and capacity retention of cells and improve power capability.
|Chemical Name||Lithium Difluorophosphate|
|Molecular Weight||107.91 g/mol|
|Water Content||<150 ppm|
|Other Impurity||<120 ppm|
|Solubility in Water||Yes|
|Storage||Store under inert gas|
|Condition to Avoid||Moisture|
 Lithium difluorophosphate as a promising electrolyte lithium additive for high-voltage lithium-ion batteries. ACS applied energy materials 1, no. 6 (2018): 2647-2656.
 Lithium difluorophosphate‐based dual‐salt low concentration electrolytes for lithium metal batteries. Advanced Energy Materials 10, no. 30 (2020): 2001440.
 Lithium difluorophosphate as a dendrite-suppressing additive for lithium metal batteries. ACS applied materials & interfaces 10, no. 26 (2018): 22201-22209.
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