Ampcera solid electrolyte materials are used in all-solid-state Lithium batteries and other advanced lithium batteries. Compared to liquid electrolytes, batteries made with solid-state electrolytes have the advantages of higher energy density (~2X), better safety, and long term stability. Commonly studied solid electrolyte materials include sulfide compounds (e.g. Argyrodite, LGPS, LPS, etc.), garnet structure oxides (e.g. LLZO with various dopants), NASICON-type phosphate glass ceramics (LAGP), oxynitrides (e.g. lithium phosphorus oxynitride or LIPON), and polymers (e.g. PEO). The lithium ionic conductivity of inorganic solid electrolyte materials ranges from 10−4 S/cm up to 10−2 S/cm at room temperature.
Commercially available Ampcera solid electrolyte materials can be ordered from MSE Supplies LLC.
Because of the high ionic conductivity and stable quality, Ampcera solid-state electrolyte materials have been used by many leading companies and research labs worldwide for the development of advanced lithium batteries. Both standard and customized solid electrolyte materials are offered to meet customer’s specific requirements for R&D and production. Products can be ordered as little as a few grams or as much as 100 kg with consistent quality. Order your solid state battery materials today or discuss with our scientists about your specific project needs.
NOVI, Mich., Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — At The Battery Show North America 2019, Ampcera Inc. today announced its new patent-pending roll-to-roll manufacturing technology for solid-state electrolytes used in higher energy density and safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles and other applications.
The new roll-to-roll manufacturing technology allows continuous production of flexible solid-state electrolyte membranes, which can be directly integrated into solid-state lithium batteries with minimal changes to the industry standard production. The flexible solid-state electrolyte membranes produced by this technology are made of Ampcera’s proprietary solid-state electrolyte composites, and have a reported thickness of 50 microns or thinner and a room temperature lithium ionic conductivity of 0.5 mS/cm.