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Lithium manganese nickel oxide

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electrode sheet, aluminum substrate, size 5 in. × 10 in.

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LMNO, Lithium nickel manganate
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Nominal Voltage: 4.7 V, Li/Li+






loading, ≥80%

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≥80% loading


5 in. × 10 in.


25-50 μm

particle size

4-7 μm (typical)


115 mAh/g(minimum)
125 mAh/g(nominal at 0.1C)


>1000 °C


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General description

Lithium manganese nickel oxide (LMNO) is a class of electrode material that can be used in the fabrication of lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion batteries consist of anode, cathode, and electrolyte with a charge-discharge cycle. These materials enable the formation of greener and sustainable batteries for electrical energy storage.
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LMNO is a spinel cathode material that has a storage capacity greater than 200 mAhg−1 at a voltage around 4.7 V. It has a high irreversible capacity due to its inherent property to self-discharge. LMNO can be used in the fabrication of high-performance lithium-ion batteries.
LMNO is cathode material with good electrochemical performance for high power and high energy density Lithium ion batteries. LMNO can can intercalate Li reversibly at a high voltages.

The LMNO casted electrode sheets can be cut into appropriate size and is ready to be used in lithium ion batteries.

Other Notes

Crystal Structure: Cubic

Operating Condiditons:
  • Recommended maximum charge voltage: 5.0 V vs Li/Li+
  • Recommended maximum charge current: 5 C
  • Recommended cut-off voltage for discharge: 3.5 V vs Li/Li+
  • Recommended maximum discharge current: 5 C
  • Recommended charge method: constant current - constant voltage


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Hazard Classifications

Carc. 2 - Skin Sens. 1

Storage Class

11 - Combustible Solids




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