About Lithium


As greener technologies progress in the areas of electric vehicles, power generation and storage, the increased demand and lack of supply of lithium has demonstrated a need for the development of new lithium resources like E3’s.

Why lithium?

What’s in a battery?

A lithium-ion battery contains a variety of chemical components to allow lithium ions to move back and forth between the cathode & anode:

LMO Lithium Manganese Oxide

NMC Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxide

NCA Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Oxide

LFP Lithium Iron Phosphate

Lithium Carbonate vs Lithium Hydroxide

Lithium Carbonate is the predominant chemical for lithium-ion battery production. It historically sells for less than lithium hydroxide and the trend is moving toward more lithium hydroxide demand and less lithium carbonate. Both lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide can be used directly as battery cathode material Lithium hydroxide is most commonly produced from lithium carbonate, but can also be produced electrochemically from lithium sulfate or lithium chloride solutions. The production of battery cathode material is more efficient using lithium hydroxide and some cathode types require it vs lithium carbonate.

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