Li1.2Ni0.25Mn0.55O2: A high-capacity cathode material with a homogeneous monoclinic Li2MnO3-like superstructure

Zhi Liang Wu, Hanjie Xie, Yingzi Li, Fangchang Zhang, Zhenyu Wang, Wei Zheng, Mingyang Yang, Zhenghe Xu*, Zhouguang Lu

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Abstract

High-energy lithium-rich and manganese-based layered materials are one of the most promising candidates for the cathode materials of lithium-ion batteries. These cathode materials can deliver anomalously high capacity due to multiple electron transfers involving both cationic and anionic redox processes. An unprecedented homogeneous monoclinic Li2MnO3-like structured material Li1.2Ni0.25Mn0.55O2, which with the highest nickel content among the Li-rich materials, is first disclosed in this work. Our proposed Li1.2Ni0.25Mn0.55O2 material can deliver a reversible capacity exceeding 295 mAh·g−1 with a high and stable discharge voltage. It is especially encouraging that the as-prepared Li1.2Ni0.25Mn0.55O2 cathode material displays high charge-discharge efficiency and good capacity retention during cycling. In this work, we applied in-situ EIS and ex-situ XPS methods to systematically investigate the reversible structural evolution of Li1.2Ni0.25Mn0.55O2 cathode material and cathode-electrolyte interfaces (CEI). These findings will shed light on the design of high-performance cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries.

Original languageEnglish
Article number154202
JournalJournal of Alloys and Compounds
Volume827
DOIs
StatePublished - 25 Jun 2020
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Anionic redox
  • Cathode-electrolyte interfaces
  • Lithium-ion batteries
  • Lithium-rich cathode materials
  • Reversible structural variation

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