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Title: A long cycle-life high-voltage spinel lithium-ion battery electrode achieved by site-selective doping
Authors: Liang, GM
Wu, ZB
Didier, C
Zhang, WC
Cuan, J
Li, BH
Ko, KY
Hung, PY
Lu, CZ
Chen, YZ
Leniec, G
Kaczmarek, SM
Johanssen, B
Thomsen, L
Peterson, VK
Pang, WK
Guo, ZP
Keywords: Electric potential
Energy density
Lithium ions
Electric batteries
Crystal doping
Issue Date: 23-Mar-2020
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc
Citation: Liang, G., Wu, Z., Didier, C., Zhang, W., Cuan, J., Li, B., Ko, K.-Y., Hung, P.-Y., Lu, C.-Z., Chen, Y., Leniec, G., Kaczmarek, S. M., Johanssen, B., Thomsen, L., Peterson, V. K., Pang, W.K. & Guo, Z. (2020). A long cycle‐life high‐voltage spinel lithium‐ion battery electrode achieved by site‐selective doping. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 59(26), 10594-10602. doi:10.1002/anie.202001454
Abstract: Spinel LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 (LNMO) is a promising cathode candidate for the next-generation high energy-density lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). Unfortunately, the application of LNMO is hindered by its poor cycle stability. Now, site-selectively doped LNMO electrode is prepared with exceptional durability. In this work, Mg is selectively doped onto both tetrahedral (8a) and octahedral (16c) sites in the Fdurn:x-wiley:14337851:media:anie202001454:anie202001454-math-0001 m structure. This site-selective doping not only suppresses unfavorable two-phase reactions and stabilizes the LNMO structure against structural deformation, but also mitigates the dissolution of Mn during cycling. Mg-doped LNMOs exhibit extraordinarily stable electrochemical performance in both half-cells and prototype full-batteries with novel TiNb2O7 counter-electrodes. This work pioneers an atomic-doping engineering strategy for electrode materials that could be extended to other energy materials to create high-performance devices. © 2020 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co
ISSN: 1521-3773
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