Process of lithium intercalation in a 1 M anhydrous propylene carbonate solution of LiClO4 into porous titanium oxide produced by anodic oxidation of titanium in aqueous and nonaqueous electrolytes containing fluoride ions was studied. It is shown that the mass of intercalated lithium, which determines the efficiency of the cathodic reaction of lithium titanate formation, strongly depends on the specific surface area of the oxide. The results obtained make it possible to formulate approaches to solving the problem of raising the reversible electrical capacity of a lithium power source.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 13, 2014
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