Lithium Nickel Cobalt Oxide (LiNi(1-x)CoxO2)
Lithium Nickel Cobalt Oxide is a black colored powder that is synthesized by a sol-gel method in which oxalic acid is used as a chelating agent. The main feature of Lithium Nickel Cobalt Oxide sputtering targets is it’s being two-dimensional positive electrodes used in the new generation of lithium-ion batteries. Its structural properties are examined by using an x-ray diffraction technique. This technique shows that LiNiCoO2 with an excess amount of Lithium stoichiometric has improved capacity and reversibility. Furthermore, it showed better electrochemical properties with a first cycle discharge capacity of 182 mAH/g and the 10th cycle of 172 mAH/g. It is processed to be formed in the required particle size at a temperature of 500 to 850 C. The molecular weight of Lithium Nickel Cobalt Oxide sputtering target is 365.38 and it melts on 1000 °C. This flower-like nickel cobalt oxide is used for the high-performance supercapacitor. We take special care to package it carefully and make sure that it is not contaminated by foreign elements during elements.