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What are the specific uses of Lithium Carbonate(battery grade)

What are the specific uses of Lithium Carbonate(battery grade)

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2021/07/12
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Lithium Carbonate (battery grade) packaging is usually lined with two layers of plastic film bags, and the outer layer is packed in plastic woven bags or plastic coated bags.

Lithium Carbonate (battery grade) is widely used in the cathode material industry of lithium-ion batteries, and is also a basic raw material for the nuclear industry and special Al-Li alloy glass.

Lithium Carbonate (battery grade)
Lithium Carbonate has a wide range of uses, and is an indispensable material in important industries such as batteries, lubricants, ceramics, glass, air conditioning, and exercise. With the recent upsurge of global new energy development, the use of Lithium Carbonate (battery grade) in lithium batteries has attracted more and more attention. Lithium Carbonate (battery grade) is now widely used in the pharmaceutical industry, battery industry and petrochemical and precision chemical industries. Material analysis shows that lithium carbonate is often used in combination with various antipsychotic drugs. It is the first drug of choice in the current psychiatric treatment of schizophrenia, and it is used widely and widely. Used in conjunction with lithium carbonate can enhance the effect of the drug, and quickly control the symptoms of agitation and agitation. It is often used to treat the positive symptoms of mania and schizophrenia, such as hypomanic, paranoid, and schizophrenia. It's even more ideal.

Lithium Carbonate (battery grade) is a key material for the production of lithium battery cathode materials (mainly lithium cobaltate, lithium manganate, lithium iron phosphate, etc.). Because electric vehicles have a huge demand for lithium batteries, it can be expected that the broad development prospects of electric vehicles will also increase the demand for Lithium Carbonate (battery grade). An electric car requires approximately 30 kilograms of Lithium Carbonate (battery grade). In addition to electric vehicles, the demand for Lithium Carbonate in other traditional industries is growing at a rate of 5% per year.

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