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Lithium Titanium Oxide Powder

CAS Number 12031-95-7

Anode Materials, Battery Materials, Materials

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Product Code M2428A1-25g
Price £120 ex. VAT

Lithium Titanium Oxide (LTO), Li4Ti5O12 Powder, Anode Materials

High purity spinel anode micron powder for Li-ion battery in application of electrical energy storage

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Lithium titanium oxide (Li4Ti5O12), CAS number 12031-95-7, as the anode material for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) has great potential in  thin-film batteries with high stability. It is widely accepted as one of the best anodes for the future lithium ion batteries in electric vehicles (Evs). Structurally, lithium is located both in the octahedral and tetrahedral positions in the spinel-structure material. One more lithium ion can be intercalated into layered structure of lithium titanium oxide with the formation of Li2[Li1/3Ti5/3]O4 (or Li7Ti5O12), which corresponds to a higher electrochemical capacity of 175 mAh g−1. Despite the change in the structural type during the charge and discharge processes, the difference between the cubic unit cell parameters is smaller than 0.1%, hence great stability of LTO and a very long battery life cycle.

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Lithium-ion batteries with a combination of a lithium titanium oxide (LTO, Li4/3Ti5/3O4) anode and 4-volt-class binary cathodes, LiMn2O4 (LMO) and LiNixCoyMn1-x-yO2 (NCM) cathode, LTO/LMO/NCM cell for high-power applications, exhibits a high output power density of 3600 W kg−1 for 10 s pulse. And a high-capacity retention of 95% after 30000 cycles at 10 C rate.

  • Operating temperature range up to 720 °C
  • Maximum charge voltage 3.0 V vs. Li/Li+, current 5C
  • Maximum discharge voltage 1.0 V vs. Li/Li+, current 10C
  • LTO/NCM cell is suitable for not only EV but also plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), and stationary power
  • Long-life performance of the LTO/LMO/NCM cell
  • 3 Ah-class LTO/LMO/NCM cell exhibits a high-power density of 3600 W kg−1

Technical Data

CAS Number 12031-95-7
Chemical Formula Li4Ti5O12
Molecular Weight 459.09 g/mol
Chemical Name Lithium Titanium Oxide
Synonyms LTO, Lithium titanate spinel oxide, Lithium titanate 
Classification / Family Battery materials, Metal oxides, Anode materials
Colour White to off-white powder/crystals

Lithium Titanium Oxide, LTO (Li4Ti5O12) Powder

Product Code M2428A1
Purity > 99%
Tap Density > 0.92 g/cm3
SSA ~ 18 m2/g
Particle Size ~1.6 µm (D50)
Discharge Efficiency (First) 95%
Capacity (First) 160 mAh/g

Pricing Table

Product Code Weight Price
M2428A1 25 g £120
M2428A1 50 g £180
M2428A1 100 g £300
M2428A1 250 g £480

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MSDS Documents

lithium titanium oxide - 12031-95-7 MSDSLithium Titanium Oxide Powder MSDS Sheet


  1. Li4Ti5O12 spinel anodes, M. Thackeray et al., Nat. Energy, 6, 683 (2021); DOI: 10.1038/s41560-021-00829-2.
  2. High-power and long-life lithium-ion batteries using lithium titanium oxide anode for automotive and stationary power applications, N. Takami et al., J. Power Sources, 244, 469-475 (2013); DOI: 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2012.11.055.
  3. Cycle Life of Commercial Lithium-Ion Batteries with Lithium Titanium Oxide Anodes in Electric Vehicles, X. Han et al., Energies, 7, 4895-4909 (2014); DOI:10.3390/en708489.
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