Battery-grade Lithium Carbonate
Lithium carbonate is an inorganic compound (Li₂CO) and is a colorless monoclinic crystal or a white powder. Tianqi Lithium initiated the concept of battery-grade lithium carbonate and took the lead in setting industry standards. Battery-grade lithium carbonate is the basic raw material for lithium-ion battery cathode materials and electrolyte materials. Its downstream applications include 3C products, electric vehicles, electric bicycles, power tools, energy storage systems, etc. It is also the basic raw material for nuclear industry and special glass products.
Industrial-grade Lithium Carbonate
Lithium carbonate is an inorganic compound (Li₂CO) and is a colorless monoclinic crystal or a white powder. Industrial-grade lithium carbonate is often used in the smelting of lithium, special glass, ceramics, glaze and electronics. It can also be converted into a series of lithium compounds such as protective slag, lithium fluoride, lithium bromide and lithium hydroxide monohydrate.
Battery-grade Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate
Lithium hydroxide monohydrate is an inorganic compound (LiOH•H2O), which is a white crystalline powder and is strongly alkaline. Battery-grade lithium hydroxide is mainly used to produce the cathode material of high-energy lithium-ion batteries for applications such as electric vehicles, electric bicycles, power tools, and energy storage systems.
Industrial-grade Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate
Lithium hydroxide monohydrate is an inorganic compound (LiOH•H2O), which is a white crystalline powder and is strongly alkaline. Industrial-grade lithium hydroxide is mainly used as an important additive for lithium-based greases, alkaline batteries, corrosion-resistant octyl dyes and as a carbon dioxide adsorbent.
Lithium metal is a silver-white metal element (Li), which is the metal with the lowest density. It is widely used in atomic energy, aerospace, alloy materials, lithium batteries, controlled nuclear fusion reactors, synthetic rubber and pharmaceuticals. It is also the preferred anode material for next-generation high-energy lithium secondary batteries.
Lithium Chloride Anhydrous
Lithium chloride is an inorganic compound (LiCl) and a white crystal. Lithium chloride is mainly used in the production of lithium metal, battery electrolyte, polyphenylene sulfide, aluminum solder, air conditioning dehumidifier and special cement raw materials.