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|Title:||Lithium nickel oxyfluoride (Li1-zNi1+zFyO2-y) and lithium magnesium nickel oxide (Li1-z(MgxNi1-x)1+zO2) cathodes for lithium rechargeable batteries: II. Electrochemical investigations||Authors:||Naghash, A.R.
Fluorine and magnesium
Lithium nickel oxide
|Issue Date:||30-Apr-2001||Citation:||Naghash, A.R., Lee, J.Y. (2001-04-30). Lithium nickel oxyfluoride (Li1-zNi1+zFyO2-y) and lithium magnesium nickel oxide (Li1-z(MgxNi1-x)1+zO2) cathodes for lithium rechargeable batteries: II. Electrochemical investigations. Electrochimica Acta 46 (15) : 2293-2304. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0013-4686(01)00452-2||Abstract:||Two series of Mg substituted and F substituted nickelates were prepared, among them Li1-zNi1+zFyO2-y (y = 0.015, z = 0.06) and Li1-z(MgxNi1-x)1+zO2 (x = 0.05, z = 0.08) have shown improved cycling performance compared to un-substituted LiNiO2. Cyclic voltametry (CV), quasi open circuit voltage (QOCV) measurements, and X-ray diffraction all indicate that phase transitions in the charge and discharge reactions are partially suppressed after F or Mg substitution. Excessive substitution, however, results in reduced capacity and the lack of electrochemical activity. For Li1-zNi1+zFyO2-y this is explained by the increasing presence of divalent nickel ions at the lithium 3b sites. For Li1-z(MgxNi1-x)1+zO2, the presence of Mg ions at the lithium sites is more likely the reason. © 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd.||Source Title:||Electrochimica Acta||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/92091||ISSN:||00134686||DOI:||10.1016/S0013-4686(01)00452-2|
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