Lithium ion conductive glass and its application to solid state batteries
Three kinds of coin-type battery, In-Lix / Li1−xCoO2, Li4/3+xTi5/3O4 / Li1−xCoO2, and Li2+xFeS2 / Li1−xCoO2, were fabricated with a Li+ ion conductive glass as an electrolyte, and their properties were investigated. They show excellent performance thanks to the solid electrolyte. Iron sulfide is found to be an excellent electrode material in solid state rechargeable batteries.
KeywordsIron Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Sulfide Lithium
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