Batteries, Vol. 8, Webpages 4: A Fast Approach to Obtain Layered Transition-Metal Cathode Material for Rechargeable Batteries
Batteries doi: 10. 3390/batteries8010004
Authors: Shofirul Sholikhatun Nisa Mintarsih Rahmawati Cornelius Satria Yudha Hanida Nilasary Hartoto Nursukatmo Haryo Satriya Oktaviano Soraya Ulfa Muzayanha Agus Purwanto
Li-ion batteries as a support intended for future transportation have the benefits of high storage capacity, a long life cycle, plus the proven fact that they are usually less dangerous than present battery materials. Li-ion battery components, especially the cathode, are the intercalation places for lithium, which performs an essential role in battery performance. This study seeks to obtain the LiNixMnyCozO2 (NMC) cathode material using an easy flash coprecipitation method. As precipitation agents and ph level regulators, oxalic acid and ammonia are widely available and inexpensive. The structure of the NMC mole ratio was varied, along with values of 333, 424, 442, 523, 532, 622, and 811. As the comprehensive study of NMC, lithium transition-metal oxide (LMO, LCO, and LNO) is definitely also provided. The amazingly structure, functional groups, morphology, elemental composition and material behavior of the particles had been all investigated during the particular heating process. The galvanostatic charge& amp; ndash; discharge analysis was tested with cylindrical cells and using mesocarbon microbeads/graphite as the pluspol. Cells were tested at 2. 7& amp; ndash; 4. 25 V on 0. 5 C. In line with the analysis results, NMC with a mole ratio of 622 showed the best characteristicd and electrochemical performance. After 100 cycles, the discharged capacity reaches 153. 60 mAh/g with 70. 9% capacity retention.