Non-ferrous metal label "doped nickel-cobalt-manganese three-element composite hydroxide" officially released


On January 12th, the non-ferrous metal industry standar […]

On January 12th, the non-ferrous metal industry standard “Doped Nickel-Cobalt-Manganese Three-Element Composite Hydroxide” was officially released. This standard specifies the requirements, test methods, inspection rules, packaging, marking, transportation, storage, quality certificate and order form (or contract) of doped nickel-cobalt-manganese three-element composite hydroxide. Nickel-cobalt-manganese three-element composite hydroxide (commonly known as ternary precursor) is a front-end material for the synthesis of ternary materials. In recent years, as the market share of ternary materials in lithium ion battery cathode materials has gradually expanded, the production and sales of ternary precursors have also increased. Since the physical and chemical properties of the ternary precursor directly determine the performance of the ternary material of the terminal material, it is doped and modified in practical applications to improve its physical and chemical properties, and finally achieve high capacity and long life. Excellent new ternary materials. It is understood that the main drafting unit of the standard, Guangdong Bangpu, is the main industry for battery recycling, that is, using waste batteries as raw materials, producing ternary precursors through the original directional recycling process, and then recycling them to battery production. The standard person in charge of Bangpu introduced: "The future development prospect of ternary materials is the positive electrode material for power battery for new energy vehicles. Therefore, for the non-ferrous industry, the standard is not only based on the current situation, but also on the future development of the industry. ”

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