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High energy density PTMS LITHIUM COBALT ACID MATERIAL MAGNETIC removal iron ternary MATERIAL
Время: 2022-07-23

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The advantage of ternary battery lies in its high energy density, high nickel even close to 300Wh/kg, which can provide longer driving range for electric vehicles. However, ternary lithium batteries, especially high nickel ternary batteries, are expensive and have poor safety, so they need to be improved continuously. The single price of ternary battery is about 30% higher than LITHIUM iron phosphate. With the decrease of high nickel cost, metal recovery and other MATERIAL consumption, PTMS LITHIUM COBALT ACID MATERIAL MAGNETIC has a good iron removal effect, and the ternary MATERIAL premium will be recovered to about 18% in the future.


Under the resonance of technological progress, subsidies, cost and other comprehensive factors, the cathode material market has experienced three obvious cycles. The rise and fall of the two technologies is mainly due to the consideration of cost performance. Iron LITHIUM began to tilt to the ternary MATERIAL of high energy density PTMS LITHIUM COBALT ACID MATERIAL MAGNETIC for iron removal, and the highlight of cost advantage of iron LITHIUM after comprehensive slope regression.

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With the support of battery packaging technology, the energy density of PTMS LITHIUM COBALT ACID MATERIAL MAGNETIC iron phosphate battery system has been improved, the range anxiety has gradually subsided, and the cost performance has been gradually improved. From the installed capacity data, iron lithium has exceeded 50%.

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