Home » Lithium Nanopowder (Li, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 80-100nm)
|Molecular Weight||6.94 g/mol||Confirm|
|Melting Point||180.5 °C||Confirm|
|Boiling Point||1330 °C||Confirm|
|Thermal Expansion||46 µm•m-1•K-1||Confirm|
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Lithium nanopowder is a soft, light, alkali metal that is widely employed in heat transfer applications. Lithium, a fundamental ingredient for batteries, is also a therapeutic element with properties to prompt the cellular mechanisms of bone tissue formation. Local application of Li+ ions improves bone healing by incrementing the bone mineral density or accelerating bone formation. Likewise, bioceramics such as calcium phosphate cement and microbioactive glass have exhibited superior properties such as osteogenic and angiogenic when doped with lithium.
Several methods have been suggested to synthesize Lithium nanopowder such as chemical precipitation, sol-gel, electrothermal decomposition, solvothermal, hydrothermal, combustion synthesis, sonochemical methods, reverse micelle method, microwave hydrothermal, microwave solvothermal and microwave combustion methods. Lithium-ion batteries are widely utilized as the main power sources for portable electronics and have a promising application in future transportation and large-scale energy storage because of their high energy density, improved rate capability and flexibility.
Lithium nanopowder is utilized in lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries and are widely used the superior rechargeable battery in portable electronics. The usage of portable electronic devices is increasing and requires improved Li-ion batteries with excellent results over many discharge-recharge cycles. Lithium-ion batteries are found in everything from laptops and power tools to electric cars and Mars rovers. These are advantageous because these are relatively inexpensive, can be easily recharged, and operate well at low and ambient temperatures.
Lithium Nanopowder: Some compounds of lithium have various applications. Lithium hydroxide is utilized as catalysts, and lithium oxide is used in glass and ceramics. It is also employed in greases, casting, welding or soldering. Lithium chloride and lithium bromide are applied as desiccants for gas streams. It is also used as high-energy additives to rocket propellants.
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