• FCAD Successfully Developed Three New Electrolytes to Be Used In Lithium-Ion Batteries

    FCAD Successfully Developed Three New Electrolytes to Be Used In Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Previously, nickel-cadmium was the only batteries for charging portable electronics and other equipment. Ranging from wireless forms of communications to mobile computing, nickel-cadmium was a top choice. However, during the early 1990s, lithium-ion surfaced in the market, providing competition to the otherwise popular option. In the present day, lithium-ion has emerged as the most promising
  • LiBOB


    Application LiBOB is a novel boron based Li salt electrolyte material for Li ion batteries. It is environmentally friendly with good film forming property and high thermal stability and is compatible with a variety of anodes and metal oxide cathode. Synonyms Lithium Bis(oxalato) Borate; Borate(1-), bis[ethanedioato(2-)-κO1,κO2]-, lithium (1:1) [ACD/Index Name];Lithium bis[ethanedioato(2-)-κ2O1,O2]borate(1-); Lithium 2,3,7,8-tetraoxo-1,4,6,9-tetraoxa-5-boraspiro[4.4]nonan-5-uide; Lithium bis(oxalate)borate;
  • LiODFB


    Application LiODFB (Lithium oxalyldifluoroborate) is first reported as the salt for improved electrolyte of Li-ion battery. This salt was found to have the combined advantages of lithium bis(oxalato)borate (LiBOB) and LiBF4 due to its chemical structure comprising the half molecular moieties of LiBOB and LiBF4. Compared with LiBOB, the salt is more soluble in linear
  • LiBF4


    Application LiBF4 (Lithium tetrafluoroborate) has been extensively tested for use in commercial secondary batteries, an application that exploits its high solubility in nonpolar solvents. Although BF4− has high ionic mobility, solutions of its Li+ salt are less conductive than other less associated salts. As an electrolyte in Lithium-ion batteries, LiBF4 offers some advantages relative to