FLUORINATED ESTERS

Halocarbon fluorinated esters provide unique benefits not available in conventional non-fluorinated esters:

  • Performance over a wider temperature range (enabling lower temperature performance)
  • Improved capacity retention
  • Enhanced oxidative stability, allowing use at high voltage ranges (4.2V-5.0V)
  • Some fluorinated esters can reduce flammability
  • Improved solubility with certain lithium salts (eg. LiBOB)

Halocarbon LIB 1100 Es

  • Molecular Weight: 142
  • Boiling Point: 61°C
  • Density: 1.19 g/cm3
  • Appearance: Clear colorless liquid
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Halocarbon LIB 1101 Es

  • Molecular Weight: 142
  • Boiling Point: 78°C
  • Density: 1.26 g/cm3
  • Appearance: Clear colorless liquid
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Halocarbon LIB 1102 Es

  • Molecular Weight: 128
  • Boiling Point: 44°C
  • Density: 1.27 g/cm3
  • Appearance: Clear colorless liquid
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Halocarbon LIB 1200 Es

  • Molecular Weight: 196
  • Boiling Point: 55°C
  • Density: 1.46 g/cm3
  • Appearance: Clear colorless liquid
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Halocarbon LIB 2100 Es

  • Molecular Weight: 210
  • Boiling Point: 72°C
  • Density: 1.29 g/cm3
  • Appearance: Clear colorless liquid
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Test Conditions:  Cell Type – Pouch Cell,  Cycling (@ 45 oC) – 4.35V to 3.00V,  Cathode – NMC 622,  Anode – Graphite.  Control Cell– LiPF6 (1.15M in proprietary electrolyte solvent).   Test Cells – LiPF6 (1.15M) + 10% Halocarbon additives in proprietary solvent

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