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Song, Hyun-Kon
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  • Electrochemical analysis, electroactive materials, electrochemistry-based energy devices

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Recent Progress in Nanostructured Cathode Materials for Lithium Secondary Batteries

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Title
Recent Progress in Nanostructured Cathode Materials for Lithium Secondary Batteries
Author
Song, Hyun-KonLee, Kyu TaeKim, Min GyuNazar, Linda F.Cho, Jaephil
Keywords
Battery technology; Cathode materials; Cathodic materials; Cyclability; Electrode material; Lithium rechargeable batteries; lithium secondary batteries; Lithium-ion battery; Nano-meter scale; Nano-structured; Nano-structuring; Nanoplates; Nanoscale dimensions; Nanoscale features; Novel materials; Polyanions; Promising materials; Rate capabilities; rate capability; Recent progress; Secondary structures; Strategic design; Synthetic methods
Issue Date
201011
Publisher
WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
Citation
ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS, v.20, no.22, pp.3818 - 3834
Abstract
Diversified and extended applications of lithium-ion batteries demand the development of more enhanced materials that can be achieved by sophisticated synthetic methods. Combination of novel materials with strategic design of their shape on the nanometer scale enables a breakthrough to overcome problems experienced by present technologies. In this feature article, an overview is given of Mn-based and polyanion-based cathode materials with nanoscale features for lithium-ion batteries as materials to replace conventional bulk cathode materials. Various synthetic methods coupled with nanostructuring as well as the benefits obtained from the nanostructure are described.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adfm.201000231
ISSN
1616-301X
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