Nanostructured electrode materials for rechargeable lithium-ion battery applications

Zhongguo Kexueyuan
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Journals of Materials Science & Technology, 2005, 21 (S1), pp. 17 - 19
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Nanocrystafline LiFeP04 and Si-C powders were prepared as electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries. Near full capacity (170 mAh/g) was achieved at the C/8 rate at room temperature for LiFeP04 electrodes. Nanosize Si-C composite anode materials demonstrated a reversible lithium storage capacity of 1450 mAh/g with good cyclability when used as anodes in lithium-ion cells. Nanostructured electrode materials have an important role to play in developing a new generation of lithium-ion batteries that will offer a dramatic improvement in power delivery.
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