Spinel-structured surface layers for facile Li ion transport andimproved chemical stability of lithium manganese oxide spinel
- Spinel-structured surface layers for facile Li ion transport andimproved chemical stability of lithium manganese oxide spinel
- 조병원; 오시형; 이보은; 서효리; 이해리; 이관영
- spinel; lithium manganese oxide; manganese dissolution; surface layer; Jahn-Teller distortion
- Issue Date
- Applied surface science
- VOL 392-455
- Li-ion conducting spinel-structured oxide layer with a manganese oxidation state close to being tetravalent was prepared on aluminum-doped lithium manganese oxide spinel for improving the electrochemical performances at the elevated temperatures. This nanoscale surface layer provides a good ionic conduction path for lithium ion transport to the core and also serves as an excellent chemical barrier for protecting the high-capacity core material from manganese dissolution into the electrolyte. In this work, a simple wet process was employed to prepare thin LiAlMnO4 and LiMg0.5Mn1.5O4 layers on the surface of LiAl0.1Mn1.9O4. X-ray absorption studies revealed an oxidation state close to tetravalent manganese on the surface layer of coated materials. Materials with these surface coating layers exhibited excellent capacity retentions superior to the bare material, without undermining the lithium ion transport characteristics and the high rate performances.
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