Electrochemical stability of thin-film LiCoO2 cathodes by aluminum-oxide coating
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- Electrochemical stability of thin-film LiCoO2 cathodes by aluminum-oxide coating
- Kim, Yong Jeong; Kim, Hyemin; Kim, Byoungsoo; Ahn, Donggi; Lee, Joon-Gon; Kim, Tae-Joon; Son, Dongyeon; Cho, Jaephil; Kim, Young-Woon; Park, Byungwoo
- PULSED-LASER DEPOSITION; RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM BATTERIES; LI-ION CELL; METAL OXIDES; INTERCALATION; DIFFUSION; ELECTRODES; LIXCOO2; AL2O3; ORIENTATION
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- AMER CHEMICAL SOC
- CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, v.15, no.7, pp.1505 - 1511
- High-performance thin-film LiCoO2 cathodes were successfully fabricated by aluminumoxide coating. Both the galvanostatic charge-discharge experiments and the cyclic voltammograms (CVs) showed enhanced electrochemical properties in the Al2O3-coated LiCoO2 films compared to those in the uncoated ones. The improved cycling behaviors in the coated samples are caused by the suppression of cobalt dissolution from the LiCoO2 thin films, with the formation of an aluminum-oxide solid electrolyte residing between the LiCoO2 cathode and liquid electrolyte. Galvanostatic intermittent titration technique (GITT) results clearly showed that the Al2O3-coated samples had higher Li diffusivities than the uncoated ones after 80 cycles. The effect of Al2O3 thickness on the electrochemical properties up to 300 nm was also studied.
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