Hi Li-ions, are you frustration-free?
Department of Electrochemical Materials, Department of Electrochemistry at the Nanoscale
Professor Mamoru Senna (Keio University, Yokohama, Japan)
18.3.2016 at 10:30 in room 108
During charging and discharging of a Li-ion battery, Li-ions are forced to move to and from as quickly as possible. However, their pathways are frequently too narrow and folded with a number of barriers. How could the electrodes and electrolytes be friendlier for Li-ion traffic in all-solid Li-ion batteries (SLIB)? In the present short talk, the author describes the solid state synthetic processes of some SLIB-related nanoparticles, Li7La3Zr2O12 (LLZO), Li4Ti5O12 (LTO) and TiO2-x/C (TIC). Their electric and electrochemical properties will briefly be discussed with some preliminary results, in an attempt to improve SLIB.
Some photos from seminar........
Source: KvÄ›ta StejskalovĂˇ, archive JHI