High Voltage, High Capacity Lithium Cobalt Oxide LiCoO2 LCO Powder
Lithium cobalt oxide 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, but have lower capacities and power than those with cathodes based on nickel-cobalt-aluminum (NCA) oxides.
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