In this paper, the morphology, the conformation, and the electrochemical performance of TiO2 nanotubes and LiFePO4 have been studied by using scanning electron microscope, XRD, and charge/discharge cycles. The electrochemical tests comprised low rate cycling, cycling at C rate, and cycling at different rates. This work was finalized to the fabrication of lithium-ion batteries based on the TiO2/LiFePO4 redox couple. Battery cells were assembled and electrochemical tests were performed to evaluate cell capacity, power, and energy. Further tests were carried out to evaluate the capacity retention as a function of cycle number and discharge current. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Lithium-ion batteries based on titanium oxide nanotubes and LiFePO 4

Pozio, A.;Cento, C.;Prosini, P.P.
2014

Abstract

In this paper, the morphology, the conformation, and the electrochemical performance of TiO2 nanotubes and LiFePO4 have been studied by using scanning electron microscope, XRD, and charge/discharge cycles. The electrochemical tests comprised low rate cycling, cycling at C rate, and cycling at different rates. This work was finalized to the fabrication of lithium-ion batteries based on the TiO2/LiFePO4 redox couple. Battery cells were assembled and electrochemical tests were performed to evaluate cell capacity, power, and energy. Further tests were carried out to evaluate the capacity retention as a function of cycle number and discharge current. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Lithium-ion battery;Titanium oxide;Lithium-iron phosphate;Nanotubes
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