Lithium-riched cathode material for lithium-ion batteries, Li1.17Ni0.12Co0.13Mn0.58O2, was synthesized via crystallization from a solution of metal acetates, followed by a thermal treatment of the material obtained as a powder. The phase, elemental, and granulometric compositions of the material were examined, as well as the morphology of the powder particles obtained. The discharge capacity of the material in relation to the charging voltage was found from the results of electrochemical tests, and endurance tests were performed. The discharge capacity upon 85 charge/discharge cycles at voltages in the range 2.8–4.8 and a current of 0.1C was about 180 mA h g–1.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 9, 2017
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