Recently, the layered (α-NaFeO2 type) lithium manganese oxide LiMnO2 was prepared by ion-exchange from the corresponding sodium phase (1). Subsequent neutron diffraction and high resolution transmission electron microscopy studies have shown that there is a coexistence of layered and spinel phases after galvanostatic cycling (2). The amount of spinel increases with repeated cycling. In order to try and stabilise the layered structure, substitution of some of the Mn by Co has been investigated by a variety of techniques including slow sweep cyclic voltammetry, galvanostatic cycling and powder X-ray and neutron diffraction structural studies on as-prepared and cycled samples (3).
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the symposium on lithium batteries|
|Editors||Subbarao Surampudi, Richard Marsh|
|Place of Publication||Pennington, NJ|
|Publisher||The Electrochemical Society|
|Number of pages||2|
|ISBN (Print)||1566772109, 9781566772105|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|
|Event||194th Electrochemical Society Fall Meeting - Boston, United States|
Duration: 1 Nov 1998 → 6 Nov 1998
Conference number: 194
|Other||194th Electrochemical Society Fall Meeting|
|Period||1/11/98 → 6/11/98|
Robertson, A. D., Armstrong, A. R., Gitzendanner, R., & Bruce, P. G. (1999). Layered lithium manganese oxide-based cathode materials for Li-ion battery applications. In S. Surampudi, & R. Marsh (Eds.), Proceedings of the symposium on lithium batteries (Vol. 98-16, pp. 306-307). The Electrochemical Society.