Vacancy-enhanced oxygen redox and structural stability of spinel Li2Mn3O7-x

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Author(s)

  • Lu Yang
  • Zepeng Liu
  • Shuwei Li
  • Zhiwei Hu
  • Qingyu Kong
  • Xi Shen
  • He Zhu
  • Jin-Ming Chen
  • Shu-Chih Haw
  • Yurui Gao
  • Wang Yingying
  • Dong Su
  • Xuefeng Wang
  • Richeng Yu
  • Zhaoxiang Wang
  • Liquan Chen

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)11685-11688
Journal / PublicationChemical Communications
Volume58
Issue number83
Online published23 Sept 2022
Publication statusPublished - 25 Oct 2022

Abstract

Vacancies have been proved effective in activating the oxygen redox and stabilizing the structure of the oxide cathode materials for the Na-ion batteries, but their effect on the cathode materials of the Li-ion batteries is unclear. We herein show that they have similar effect on spinel [Li4/7Mn2/71/7]8a[Li4/7Mn10/7]16d[O4-x']32e.

Research Area(s)

  • CATHODE, ORIGIN

Citation Format(s)

Vacancy-enhanced oxygen redox and structural stability of spinel Li2Mn3O7-x. / Yang, Lu; Liu, Zepeng; Li, Shuwei et al.
In: Chemical Communications, Vol. 58, No. 83, 25.10.2022, p. 11685-11688.

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