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2000-09

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P. Poizot, S. Laruelle, S. Grugeon, L. Dupont, J. -M. Tarascon

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With respect to lithium batteries, vanadate-based electrodes display large electrochemical capacities that rapidly decay during the cycling. A full study of the 3d-metal(M)-based vanadates performed using in situ DRX, XAS and TEM has enabled to pinpoint the important role of the 3d-metal cations, and has motivated the study of simple metal oxides MO, (M=Co, Ni, Cu, Fe) in rechargeable Li cells. We found that these materials could reversibly react with a large amount of lithium leading to capacities as high as 800 mAh/g. The reactivity mechanism totally differs from the well established one based on Li insertion-deinsertion or Li alloying reactions but mainly involves the formation of highly reactive metallic nanoparticles that favor Li2O formation-decomposition. Besides, we gave experimental evidence of an electrochemically driven polymerization-dissolution process at low potential, which is highly reversible, and emphasized the importance of the role of the electrolyte on such a process. Finally, the universality of this mechanism to account for the large Li reactivity at low voltage in many 3d-metal (Co, Ni, Fe, Cu, Mn)-based oxides is discusséd together with the urgent issues to be solved for such oxide anodes to stand as serious alternative candidates for today’s carbon anodes in Li-ion cells. More... »

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321-330

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