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High Voltage, High Capacity Lithium Cobalt Oxide LiCoO2 LCO Cathode Powder 500g

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High Voltage, High Capacity Lithium Cobalt Oxide, LiCoO2 (LCO) Powder, 500g, 14.0~ 18.0 um D50, Cathode Material

John B. Goodenough's research group first discovered lithium cobalt oxide as an intercalation electrode in 1980. Lithium cobalt oxide is now widely used as the cathode material of choice in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries found in consumer electronics products. Although the theoretical capacity of traditional LiCoOis 273.8 mAh/g, its capacity is limited by the voltage range (3.0~4.2 V) due to the irreversible phase transition LiCoOof above 4.2 V. This novel LiCoOcan be cycled up to 4.5 V (4.4 V recommended) with high capacity. It can typically deliver a capacity of 190.6 mAh/g at 0.1 C and 180.2 mAh/g at 1 C when cycled between 3.0 and 4.5 V. 

Product No.: PO5001

Package Size: 500g

Specifications:

  • CAS Number: 12190-79-3
  • Appearance: Black powder
  • Molecular Formula: LiCoO2
  • Purity: >99.5%
  • Formula Weight: 97.88 g/mol
  • Synonym: Lithium Cobaltite
  • Chemical Name or Material: Lithium Cobalt (III) Oxide
  • Particle sizes:
    • D10: 4.0 µm
    • D50: 14.0~18.0 µm
    • D90: ≤45.0 µm
  • TAP density: ≥2.4 g/cm3
  • BET Specific Surface Area: 0.10 ~ 0.30 m2/g
  • pH: ≤10.8
  • Discharge Capacity (mAh/g): ≥188 (typical 190.6) @0.1 C; ≥175 (typical 180.2) @1 C, (vs. Li, 0.1 C, 3.0~ 4.5 V, coin cell)
  • Efficiency: ≥95% @0.1 C (vs. Li, 0.1 C, 3.0~4.5 V, coin cell)
Chemical Analysis wt%
 Li 7.0±0.5
Co 59.0~61.0
Na ≤0.02
Ca ≤0.02
K ≤0.01
Cr ≤0.005
Cd ≤0.005
Pb ≤0.001
Cu ≤0.005
Fe ≤0.015
Mn ≤0.02
Moisture ≤0.10
Residual Li2CO3 ≤0.06

 

References:

 1. Synthesis of High-Voltage (4.5 V) Cycling Doped LiCoO2 for Use in Lithium Rechargeable Cells, Chem. Mater. 2003, 15, 25, 4699–4702

 2. Surface Engineering Strategies of Layered LiCoO2 Cathode Material to Realize High‐Energy and High‐Voltage Li‐Ion Cells, Adv. Energy Mater. 20177, 1601507