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LITHIUM INSERTION INTO Li-Mn, Li-Fe AND Li-Co OXIDES
We have studied the lithium insertion into LiM2O4 (M = Mn, Fe, Co) using n-BuLi and electrochemical techniques. The oxides crystallized in the pure spinel phase S.G. Oh7(Fd3m). Probable cationic distributions were proposed based on XRD, Mössbauer and pzc measurements. The results demonstrate that an important factor in the extent of the lithium insertion reaction in mixed oxides is the presence of the highest oxidation state in the transition metal cations that are located in B-sites of the spinel framework
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Intercalation of Lithium and Donor Species in Layered Transition Metal Oxides and Sulfides.: Environment Effects on Lithium Diffusivity Santa Ana,M.A.; Benavente,E.; Páeza,J.; Gonzáleza,G.
Theoretical study of lithium‐fluoride and lithium‐chloride ion pairs in aqueous solution. An SCF‐CNDO/2 approach including continuum solvent effects Gómez Jeria, Juan; Contreras Ramos, Renato (1986)SCF‐CNDO/2 calculations, including solvent effects via an extended version of the Generalized Born Formula (GBF), have been performed for LiX(H2O) species (n = 1,2; X = F, Cl). Several minima in the free energy surface, ...
Oxidation state of lithium species. XPS binding energies of lithium 1s electrons in salts, the metal and intercalated in molybdenum sulfide Gonzalez, G.; Binder, H. (1996)The binding energies of Li (1s) electron in a series of lithium salts, the metal, and lithium intercalated in molybdenum sulfide measured with respect to Au (4f7/2) agree with both the expected ionic character and oxidation ...