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Energy storage materials for lithium ion batteries

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • A brief review of our research in developing advanced lithium-ion battery technology is presented in this paper. We have investigated a series of novel cathode and anode materials for lithium-ion batteries with improved energy density and electrochemical performance. The cathode materials include doped LiMxMn2-xO4 spinels, LiMxNi 1-xO2 and LiMxMn1-xO2 compounds with layered structures. We have also developed numerous innovative anode lithium storage materials such as Sn-graphite composites, Cu 6Sn5, NiSi, Ni3Sn4 and FeSi 2 intermetallic alloys. The physical, structural and electrochemical properties of these newly developed electrode materials have been systematically characterized via a variety of techniques. These new electrode materials have great potential for improving the energy density of advanced lithium-ion batteries. © Institute of Materials Engineering Australasia Ltd - Materials Forum Volume 27 - Published 2004.

Publication Date


  • 2004

Citation


  • Wang, G. X., Bewlay, S., Lindsay, M., Guo, Z. P., Yao, J., Konstantinov, K., . . . Dou, S. X. (2004). Energy storage materials for lithium ion batteries. In Materials Forum Vol. 27 (pp. 33-44).

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-74949136306

Web Of Science Accession Number


Start Page


  • 33

End Page


  • 44

Volume


  • 27

Abstract


  • A brief review of our research in developing advanced lithium-ion battery technology is presented in this paper. We have investigated a series of novel cathode and anode materials for lithium-ion batteries with improved energy density and electrochemical performance. The cathode materials include doped LiMxMn2-xO4 spinels, LiMxNi 1-xO2 and LiMxMn1-xO2 compounds with layered structures. We have also developed numerous innovative anode lithium storage materials such as Sn-graphite composites, Cu 6Sn5, NiSi, Ni3Sn4 and FeSi 2 intermetallic alloys. The physical, structural and electrochemical properties of these newly developed electrode materials have been systematically characterized via a variety of techniques. These new electrode materials have great potential for improving the energy density of advanced lithium-ion batteries. © Institute of Materials Engineering Australasia Ltd - Materials Forum Volume 27 - Published 2004.

Publication Date


  • 2004

Citation


  • Wang, G. X., Bewlay, S., Lindsay, M., Guo, Z. P., Yao, J., Konstantinov, K., . . . Dou, S. X. (2004). Energy storage materials for lithium ion batteries. In Materials Forum Vol. 27 (pp. 33-44).

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-74949136306

Web Of Science Accession Number


Start Page


  • 33

End Page


  • 44

Volume


  • 27