198th Meeting - Phoenix, Arizona

October 22-27, 2000


B2 - Rechargeable Lithium Batteries

Battery Division/ Energy Technology Division

Monday, October 23, 2000

Tucson 26 & 37


Co-Chairs: K.M. Abraham and A. Manthiram

10:0062 Layered O3 Lithium Manganese Oxides for Use as Cathode Materials in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - A.D. Robertson, A.R. Armstrong, M.J. Duncan, A.J. Fowkes, T.E. Quine, and P.G. Bruce (University of St. Andrews) PDF
10:1563 Structure of High and Low Temperature Phases and Their Relationship With Oxygen Deficiency in Li1+yMn2-yO4 Type Cathode Materials - X. Yang, X. Sun, M. Balasubramanian, J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Xia, T. Sakai (Osaka National Research Institute), and M. Yoshio (Saga University) PDF
10:3064 Cobalt Doped Chromium Oxides: 3 V Class High Capacity Cathode for Lithium Batteries - B. Popov, M.-K. Song, A. Durairajan, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
10:4565 Nanocrystalline Lithium Transition-Metal Oxides for Lithium Rechargeable Batteries - C. Horne (NanoGram Corporation) PDF
11:0066 An Accelerating Rate Calorimetry Study of LixMn2O4 in Electrolyte at 4.2V - D. MacNeil and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
11:1567 Recent Developments and Prospects for Layered Manganese Oxide Electrodes for Lithium Batteries - C. Johnson and M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
11:3068 Pillared Oxides of Manganese and Vanadium for Lithium Batteries - Geometric and Electronic Factors - M.S. Whittingham, P.Y. Zavalij, and K.J. Ngala (SUNY at Binghamton) PDF
11:4569 Unique Effect of Al-Dopant in the LiAlxMn2-xO4 Material - Y.-S. Lee and M. Yoshio (Saga University) PDF

Cathodes II

Co-Chairs: E.S. Takeuchi and G.C. Amatucci

2:0070 Preparation of Spinel Li1+y-xZnxMn2-yO4 and its Li Intercalation Behavior - H. Noguchi, H. Nakamura, and M. Yoshio (Saga University) PDF
2:1571 Novel Lithium Rich Cathodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - J. Paulsen, B. Ammundsen, H. Desilvestro, R. Steiner, and D. Hassell (Pacific Lithium Limited) PDF
2:3072 Comparison of the Layered to Spinel-like Phase Transition in Li0.5MO2 (M = Mn, Co and Ni) Cathodes - A. Manthiram and S. Choi (The University of Texas at Austin) PDF
2:4573 Electrochemical and Thermal Behavior of Substituted Spinels LiMxMn2-xO4 (M=Co, Ni, Fe) Prepared by Sol-Gel for Li Ion Battery - H.J. Bang and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology) PDF
3:0074 The Lix(Ni,Co,Fe)O2 System : Structure and Electrochemical Behavior - C. Delmas, G. Prado, and L. Fournès (CNRS and Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie et Physique de Bordeaux) PDF
3:1575 The Effect of Substitution in LiNi_1-xMxO2 System for High Power Application - J. Kim and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
3:3076 The Effects of Oxygen Flow Rate and Anion Doping on the Performance of LiNiO2 Electrode for Lithium Secondary Batteries - S. Park, K. Park, S. Moon (Chonbuk National University), Y. Sun (Hanyang University), K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University), Y. Lee, M. Yoshio (Saga University), Y. Lee, and K. Han (Research Institute of Industrial Science & Technology) PDF
3:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission

Cathodes III

Co-Chairs: G.C. Amatucci and E.S. Takeuchi

4:0077 A Reaction Pathway for the Thermal Decomposition of LixCoO2 in Electrolyte - D. MacNeil and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
4:1578 The Search for w -V2O5 - D. Ginley (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Warmsingh (Colorado School of Mines), J. Perkins, P. Parilla (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), D. Readey, and J. McGraw (Colorado School of Mines) PDF
4:3079 Synthesis, Characterization, and Electrochemical Performance of "V2O5·nH2O" as a Cathode Material in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - C.C. Torardi, R. Miao, M.E. Lewittes, and Z.R. Li (DuPont Central Research and Development) PDF
4:4580 Li+ Intercalation into V2O5·0.5H2O Xerogel Monitored by X-ray Diffraction - D. Buttry and G. Holland (University of Wyoming) PDF
5:0081 Coating V2O5 Xerogel on Polyethlyene Glycol-Grafted Carbon Blacks: Application as the Cathode in Lithium Secondary Batteries - H. Huang and L.F. Nazar (University of Waterloo) PDF
5:1582 The Structural Sequence of Electrochemically Lithiated V6O13 Phases - H. Bjork (Uppsala University), O. Bergstrom (AB Sandvik Steel), T. Gustafsson, and J. Thomas (Uppsala University) PDF

Tuesday, October 24, 2000

Cathodes IV

Co-Chairs: C.M. Doyle and C.S. Johnson

8:0083 Cycling Performance of Stabilized Alpha Manganese Dioxide Electrode Materials - C. Johnson, J. Vaughey, and M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
8:1584 Can all the Lithium be Removed from T2-Li2/3[Ni1/3Mn2/3]O2 ? - Z. Lu and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
8:3085 Li2+xMn0.91Cr1.09O4 Cathode Materials for Li-ion Cells - J. Cho, G. Kim (Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.), Y. Kim, and B. Park (Seoul National University) PDF
8:4586 Synthesis and Characterization of Cobalt Doped Lithium Manganate Spinel Oxides as Cathode for Lithium Battery Applications - K.R. Murali and T. Savaranan (CECRI) GIF
9:0087 Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Al Doped LiMn2O4 Synthesized by the Emulsion Drying Method - S.-T. Myung, S. Komaba, N. Kumagai (Iwate University), T. Kamiyama (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization), and K. Oikawa (National Institute of Materials and Chemical Research) PDF
9:1588 Electrochemical Properties of Oxysulfide LiAl0.24Mn1.76O 3.98S0.02 - Y. Sun (Hanyang University) and K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University) PDF
9:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
9:4589 New Poly(2,5-dimercapto-1,3,4-thiadiazole) and Poly(aniline) Co-Intercalated V2O5 Nanocomposite Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Battery - N.-G. Park, K.M. Kim, K.S. Ryu, Y.J. Park, S.H. Chang (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)), and S.-G. Kang (Hoseo University) PDF

Cathodes V

Co-Chairs: C.S. Johnson and C.M. Doyle

10:0090 In-situ XRD and Powder Diffraction Study of a Manganese-Chromium Based Cathode Material - P. Whitfield, I. Davidson, I. Kargina, Y. Grincourt (National Research Council Canada, ICPET,), B. Ammundsen, R. Steiner, and A. Suprun (Pacific Lithium Ltd) PDF
10:1591 A Novel Preparation for the Li4Ti5O12 Spinel Material for Li-Ion Batteries - D. Simon, H. Huang, E. Kelder, and J. Schoonman (Delft University of Technology) PDF
10:3092 Preparation and Electrochemical Characteristics of Lithium Titanium Oxide Spinel Li4Ti5O12 - H. Huang, E. Kelder, D. Simon, and J. Schoonman (Delft University of Technology) PDF
10:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
11:0093 Development of an Organosulfur-Conducting Polymer Composite for Lithium Batteries with High Energy Density - N. Oyama (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) PDF
11:1594 LiCoO2 Cathode Material That does not show a Hexagonal to Monoclinic Phase Transition - J. Cho (Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.), Y. Kim, and B. Park (Seoul National University) PDF
11:3095 Single-Crystal Studies of Electrochemically Delithiated LiMn2O4 - H. Bjork, T. Gustafsson, and J. Thomas (Uppsala University) PDF
11:4596 A Cyclic Diarylene Bis-Tetrasulfide As Cathode Active Material for Sulfur Battery - D. Seung, W. Jung (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), and C. Doh (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) PDF

Cathodes V (con't)

Co-Chairs: G. Nagasubramanian and J. Prakash

2:0097 Structural and Chemical Characterization of Chemically Delithiated Li1-xCoO2 (0 < x < 1) - R. Chebiam, F. Prado, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) PDF
2:1598 Electrochemical Impedance Analyses of Li Intercalation Processes into Li4Ti5O12 - H. Huang, E. Kelder, D. Simon, and J. Schoonman (Delft University of Technology) PDF

Graphite Anodes

Co-Chairs: J. Prakash and G. Nagasubramanian

2:3099 Effects of Carbon Electrode on Irreversible Capacity in Lithium-ion Battery - W. Lu and D.D.L. Chung (State University of New York at Buffalo) PDF
2:45100 Effect of Turbostratic Disorder in Carbon on Anion Intercalation - J. Seel and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
3:00101 X-Ray Photoelectron Diffraction Study on the Lithiated Graphite Thin Film - C. Lee and P.N. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
3:15102 Surface Modified Carbon and Graphite as Anode for Li-ion Battery - N. Chinnasamy, H. Fujimoto, K. Tokumitsu, A. Mabuchi, and T. Kasuh (Osaka Gas Co.Ltd.,) PDF
3:30103 Mechanism of Lithium Intercalation into Graphitic Carbon Layers Studied by NMR Experiments - Y.-O. Kim and S.-M. Park (Pohang University of Science and Technology) PDF
3:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission

Graphite Anodes II

Co-Chairs: G. Nagasubramanian and J. Prakash

4:00104 Electrochemical Impedance Study on Initial Lithium Ion Intercalation into Graphite Powders - C. Wang, A.J. Appleby (Texas Engineering Experiment Station,), and F.E. Little (Texas Engineering Experiement Station) PDF
4:15105 Next-Generation Carbon-based Anode Materials - C. Lampe-Onnerud, P. Onnerud, J. Shi, R. Chamberlain, H. Stuhler, and B. Barnett (Arthur D. Little, Inc.) PDF
4:30106 Electrochemical and In-situ x-ray Scattering Studies of Lithium and Sodium Insertion in Carbon Anode Materials - D. Stevens and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
4:45107 Effects of Oxygen in Carbon on its Performance as an Anode in Lithium-ion Batteries - C.-C. Hung (NASA Glenn Research Center) PDF
5:00108 Gel Encapsulated Silicon-Graphite Composites as A Negative Electrode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries - N. Say Boon, L. Jim Yang (National University of Singapore), and L. ZhaoLin (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering) PDF

Exhibit Hall D

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: C.M. Doyle and P.S. Fedkiw

o109 Gelled Composite Electrolyte Comprising Thermoplastic Polyurethane and Poly(ethylene oxide)for Lithium Batteries - W. Ten-Chin and C. Wei-Chih (National Cheng Kung University) PDF
o110 Influence of Electrochemical Cycling in LiMn2O4 Spinel Electrode Studied by EELS - Y. Seno and T. Nonaka (TOYOTA Central R&D Labs., Inc.) PDF
o111 Vanadium Oxide Nanotubes - Electrochemistry and Structure - S. Nordlinder, K. Edstrom, T. Gustafsson, and J. Lu (Uppsala University) PDF
o112 Effect of Polymer Binders on High-Temperature Performance of Plastic Li-ion (PLiONTM) Batteries - A. Du Pasquier, T. Zheng, G. Amatucci, and A. Gozdz (Telcordia Technologies) PDF
o113 Electrochemical Characteristics of the Plasticized Polymer Electrolytes Based on the Crosslinked Acrylate System - K.H. Lee, K.H. Kim, and H.G. Noh (Samsung SDI Co., Ltd) PDF
o114 Synchrotron Radiation Study of the Electrochemically Induced Electronic States LixTiO2 - A. Henningsson, S. Sodergren, H. Lindstrom, A. Hagfeldt, and H. Siegbahn (Uppsala University) PDF
o115 Selection of Nonaqueous Electrolyte with HF for Rechargeable Lithium Metal Anode - K. Kanamura, N. Hatanaka, and T. Umegaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University) PDF
o116 Studies on LiNiMO2 (M=Co, Al, Ga) Compounds as Cathode for Lithium–Ion Battery - W.-S. Kim, D.J. Jeong, and Y.-E. Sung (Kwangju Institute of Science Technology) PDF
o117 Synthesis and Characterization of LiNixCoyAlzO2: A Lithium-Ion Battery Application - J. Hostetler and S. Montgomery (OMG Americas, Inc.) PDF
o118 High Power Li-Ion Cells for HEV Applications - B. Metz and J. Kumpers (New Battery Technologies) PDF
o119 The Study of Electro-Chemical Characteristics of LiMn2O4 Cathode for Lithium Ion Battery by Using Modified Pechini Method - J.-T. Son, J.-G. Kim, G.-S. Park, H.-T. Jung, and H.-G. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST)) PDF
o120 Rapid Evaluation of Electrode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries Using Powder Microelectrodes - Z. Shi, X. Lu, F. Chen, and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF
o121 UV-Cured Blend Polymer Electrolytes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - M.-K. Song (University of South Carolina), H.-W. Rhee (Sogang University), R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
o122 High-Capacity Tin-Based Anode Material For Rechargeable Batteries - J. Miller, M. Fay, L. Wang, M. Wixom, and L. Thompson (T/J Technologies, Inc.) PDF
o123 Mechanistic and In Situ X-Ray Studies of Intermetallic Electrodes for Lithium Batteries - J. Vaughey, C. Johnson, R. Benedek, M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory), L. Fransson, K. Edstrom, and J. Thomas (Uppsala University) PDF
o124 Fabrication of Thin-Film LiNiO2 for Rechargable Battery - D. Kim, J.G. Kim, and H.G. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST)) PDF
o125 TEM Characterization of Failure Mechanisms in Extensively Cycled LiCoO2 Cathodes - H. Wang, Y.-M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Reimers, and J. Pereira (E-One Moli Energy (Canada) Ltd.) PDF

Wednesday, October 25, 2000

Tucson 26 & 37

Metallic Lithium and Alloy Anodes

Co-Chairs: G.E. Blomgren and Y.M. Chiang

10:00126 Influence of Fundamental Parameters on the Electrochemical Properties of Zinc-Based Conversion Materials - N. Pereira (Telcordia Technologies), L. Klein (Rutgers University), and G. Amatucci (Telcordia Technologies) PDF
10:15127 The Partial Reduction Approach: A Novel Way to Produce Composite Li-ion Battery Anodes - P. Limthongkul, H. Wang, and Y.-M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) PDF
10:30128 InSb is Not a Good Li Insertion Host - K. Hewitt, L. Beaulieu, and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
10:45129 Information Provided by XAS on the Behavior of Metal Oxides as Lithium Battery Anodes - G. Ouvrard, C. Rossignol (Universite de Nantes), and L. Nazar (University of Waterloo) PDF
11:00130 On the Reactivity Mechanism of 3d-Metal Nanosized Oxides Towards Lithium - Y. Chabre (Universite Joseph Fourier - Grenoble I & CNRS), P. Poizot, E. Baudrin, S. Laruelle, and J.-M. Tarascon (Universite de Picardie-Jules Verne & CNRS) PDF
11:15131 The Reversible Reaction of Li with Grain Boundary Materials - L. Beaulieu (Dalhousie University), D. Larcher (Universite de Picardie-Jules Verne), K. Hewitt, R. Dunlap, and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
11:30132 The Effects of Preparation Conditions On The Performance of Tin Oxide Electrodes In Lithium-Ion Batteries - Z. Ruifen (Zhang Ruifen), L. Jim Yang (Lee Jimyang), and L. Zhaolin (Liu Zhaolin) PDF
11:45133 Preparation of Composite Lead Oxide Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries - Effect of Phosphorous - J. Lee (National University of Singapore) and Z. Liu (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering) PDF

Salts Solvents & Additives

Co-Chairs: F.R. McLarnon and K. Zaghib

2:00134 Reduced Interfacial Resistance in Li Cells with Additives - G. Nagasubramanian (Sandia National Laboratories) and D.R. Boone (Rayovac) GIF
2:15135 Ionic Liquids: A New Paradigm For Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes - A. McEwen (Covalent Associates, Inc.) PDF
2:30136 Electrochemical Studies of Solvent Reduction - X.(S. Zhang, T. Richardson, and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) PDF
2:45137 New Lithium Salts with High Conductivities in Non-Aqueous Solutions - J.-P. Belieres, W. Xu, and C.A. Angell (Arizona State University) PDF
3:00138 Use of Fluorinated Carbonates as Co-Solvents For Lithium-Ion Electrolytes - M. Smart, B. Ratnakumar, V. Ryan, S. Surampudi (California Institute of Technology), G.K.S. Prakash, and J. Hu (University of Southern California) PDF
3:15139 Chemical Reactivity of PF5 and LiPF6 in Ethylene Carbonate / Dimethyl Carbonate - S. Sloop, J. Pugh, J. Kerr, and K. Kinoshita (Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
3:30140 Studies of Newly Synthesized Fluorinated Boronate Compounds as Anion Receptors in Lithium Battery Electrolytes - X. Yang, H.S. Lee, X. Sun, J. McBreen, and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Laboratory) PDF
3:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission

Salts Solvents & Additives II

Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and F.R. McLarnon

4:00141 Ionic Conductivity and Electrochemical Properties of New Lithium Orthoborate. I. Lithium Bis(oxalato) Borate - W. Xu and C.A. Angell (Arizona State University) PDF
4:15142 Ionic Conductivity and Electrochemical Properties of New Lithium Orthoborate. II. Lithium Bis(malonato) Borate - W. Xu and C.A. Angell (Arizona State University) PDF
4:30143 Studies on Electrochemical and Thermal Properties of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes with Different Salts - C.W. Lee, H. Joachin, and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology) PDF
4:45144 Flame Retardant Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries - D. Peramunage, J. Ziegelbauer, and G. Holleck (EIC Laboratories, Inc.) PDF
5:00145 Performance of Overcharge Protection Additives in Lithium Ion Batteries - T. Richardson and P. Ross (Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
5:15146 Computer Simulation of LiPF6 Salt Association in a Li-Ion Battery Electrolyte in the Presence of Anion Trapping Agent - K. Tasaki (Mitsubishi Chemical Research & Innovation Center) PDF

Thursday, October 26, 2000

Polymer Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: B.V. Ratnakumar and G.L. Baker

8:00147 Local Structures in the Ionically-Conducting Phase of Poly(ethylene oxide)-Lithium Triflate - C. Rhodes and R. Frech (University of Oklahoma) PDF
8:15148 Microporous PVDF-HFP/PS Blend Polymer Electrolyte - H. Huang and S. Wunder (Temple University) PDF
8:30149 Simulations and Synthesis of Polyelectrolytes - J.F. Snyder, D.F. Shriver, and M.A. Ratner (Northwestern University) PDF
8:45150 Cross-linkable Fumed Silica-Based Composite Electrolytes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - J. Yerian, P. Fedkiw, and S. Khan (North Carolina State University) PDF
9:00151 Plastic Li-ion Batteries with Bonded Thermal-Shutdown Separators - A. Gozdz, I. Plitz, T. Zheng, and A. DuPasquier (Telcordia Technologies) PDF
9:15152 Polymer Electrolytes Based On Ethylene Oxide-Segmented Microblock Copolymers - K. Swan, M. Stowe, Y. Chen, J. Qiao, and G. Baker (Michigan State University) PDF
9:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
9:45153 Influence of Supporting Electrolyte and Plasticizer of PVdF-HFP Gel Electrolyte on The Performance of Li Metal Anode - T. Momma (Kagami Memorial Laboratory for Materials Science and Technology, Waseda University), H. Ohta, A. Yoshizawa, A. Ito, and T. Osaka (Waseda University) PDF

Polymer Electrolytes II

Co-Chairs: G.L. Baker and B.V. Ratmakumar

10:00154 Crosslinkable Composite Polymer Electrolytes: Ionic Conductivity and Polymerization Behavior Using Methacrylate Monomers - M.K. Stowe, J. Hou, and G. Baker (Michigan State University) PDF
10:15155 Measurement and Analysis of the Transport Properties of Lithium Trifluoromethane Sulfonimide (LiTFSI) in Oxymethylene-Linked Poly(ethylene oxide) (PEMO) - H. Hafezi (University of California, Berkeley), S. Sloop, J. Kerr (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. Newman (University of California, Berkeley) PDF
10:30156 Lithium-Ion Composite Electrodes for Single-Ion Conducting Composite Electrolytes - M. Riley, P. Fedkiw, and S. Khan (North Carolina State University) PDF
10:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
11:00157 Metallised Polymer Current Collectors for Lithium-Ion Batteries - A.H. Whitehead, C.M. Hagg, and M. Schreiber (Funktionswerkstoffe F & E GmbH) PDF
11:15158 Chain and Network Polymers with Anion Traps and High Alkali Ion Conductivity - X. Sun and C.A. Angell (Arizona State University) PDF
11:30159 Lithium ion Transfer between LixCoO2 and Gel Electrolytes - Z. Ogumi, T. Ohkubo, T. Abe, I. Yamada, Y. Iriyama, and M. Inaba (Kyoto University) PDF
11:45160 Electrochemical Properties of the System Comprising Polymer Electrolyte and Cathode Based on Manganese and Vanadium Oxides - E. Shembel, R. Apostolova, N. Globa, O. Chervakov, V. Tysyacny, A. Ribalko, T. Pastushkin (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), P. Novak (OnPower Battery), D. Meshri (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), and P. Lytvyn (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) PDF

Cell Thermal Behavior

Co-Chairs: R. Spotnitz and J.R. Selman

2:00161 Analysis of Lithium-Ion Battery Degradation during Thermal Aging - R. Jungst, G. Nagasubramanian, C. Crafts, D. Ingersoll, and D. Doughty (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF
2:15162 Temperature Effects on Li-Ion and Li-Polymer Cell Impedance and Performance - G. Deng, L. Bai, H. Maleki, and J. Howard (Motorola Energy System Group) PDF
2:30163 Thermal Performance and Characterization of Li-ion Cells after Aging/Cycling - E.P. Roth (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF
2:45164 Entropic Heat Effect of Cathode Materials in Li-ion Battery (LiCoO2, LiNi0.8Co0.2O2, and LiMn2O4) - J.-S. Kim, J. Prakash, and J.R. Selman (Illinois Institute of Technology) PDF
3:00165 Thermal Model of Full Size Lithium Ion Batteries Under Thermal Abuse and Internal Sort Circuit - T.D. Hatchard, D.D. MacNeil, and J.R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) PDF
3:15166 Thermal Behavior of Lithium Nickelate in Contact with Electrolyte Solutions - H. Arai, M. Tsuda, M. Hayashi, and Y. Sakurai (NTT Telecommunications Energy Laboratories) PDF
3:30167 Attribution of Thermal Behavior for LiCoO2/Graphite Lithium Ion Cell - Y. Kobayashi, H. Miyashiro, N. Kihira, and T. Iwahori (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) PDF
3:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission

Cell Modeling and Design

Co-Chairs: J.R. Selman and J. Spotnitz

4:00168 Salt Association in Li-Ion Battery Electrolyte by Computer Simulations - K. Tasaki and S. Nakamura (Mitsubishi Chemical Rsearch & Innovation Center) PDF
4:15169 Modeling the Effects of Ion Association on Direct Current Polarization of Solid Polymer Electrolytes - C. Lin, R. White, and H. Ploehn (University of South Carolina) PDF
4:30170 Influence of Electrode Design on Fast Charge/Discharge Lithium-Ion Battery - W. Lu and D.D.L. Chung (State University of New York at Buffalo) PDF
4:45171 Optimal Design of Lithium Ion Cells - R. Spotnitz (Battery Design Co.) PDF
5:00172 Modeling the Discharge of Electrode particles: Utility of the Parabolic Concentration Profiles - V. Subramanian, J. Ritter, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
5:15173 Design and Modeling of Cylindrical and Flat Wound LiNi0.8Co0.2O2/C Lithium-Ion Cells for PNGV Application - P.A. Nelson, G.L. Henriksen, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF

Friday, October 27, 2000

Ab Initio and Fundamental Studies

Co-Chairs: H. Ploehn and G. Ceder

8:00174 Why Layered LiMnO2 Transforms to Spinel and LiCoO2 Does Not - J. Reed, A. Van der Ven, and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) PDF
8:15175 The Redox Behaviour of Lithium with Metal Oxides - M. Obrovac, J.R. Dahn, R.A. Dunlap, and R.J. Sanderson (Dalhousie University) PDF
8:30176 A First-Principles Investigation of the Jahn-Teller Effect in LiMnO2 and LiNiO2 - C. Marianetti and G. Ceder (MIT) PDF
8:45177 Electronic Structure near Li in Anodes and Cathodes - A. Hightower, J. Graetz, C. Ahn (California Institute of Technology), P. Rez (Arizona State University), and B. Fultz (California Institute of Technology) PDF
9:00178 In Situ XAS Study of LixNi0.7Fe0.15Co0.15O2 - A. Mansour (Naval Surface Warfare Center), X. Sun, J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Laboratory), L. Croguennec, G. Prado, and C. Delmas (CNRS) PDF
9:15179 First Principles Investigations in LixNiO2 - E. Arroyo, C. Marianetti, A. Van der Ven, and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) PDF
9:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
9:45180 Quantum Chemical Calculations of the Thermodynamic Potentials for Electrochemical Reduction and Oxidation of Aprotic Solvents - X.(S. Zhang, J. Pugh, and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) PDF

Diagnostic Tools and Battery Studies

Co-Chairs: G. Cedar and H. Ploehn

10:00181 6Li MAS NMR Studies of Cathode Materials: Shift Mechanisms in Paramagnetic Materials and Applications to Ni-doped Spinel Systems - C. Grey, Y.J. Lee, C. Pan, C. Eng, and Y. Paik (State University of New York at Stony Brook) PDF
10:15182 7Li MAS-NMR and Electrochemical Studies of LiMn2O4-Based Spinels for Lithium Rechargeable Batteries - M. Tucker, J. Reimer, and E. Cairns (University of California, Berkeley) PDF
10:30183 The Application of 6Li NMR to Study Lithium Manganese Oxides - Y.J. Lee, C. Eng, and C. Grey (State University of New York at Stony Brook) PDF
10:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
11:00184 Studies of High-Rate Lithium Batteries Using Synchrotron Techniques - M. Balasubramanian, X. Sun, X. Yang, and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Laboratory) PDF
11:15185 Specialized Cell and HRTEM Studies Elucidate Impedance Rise in High-Power Lithium-Ion Cells - J. Liu, C.H. Chen, J.S. Luo, G.L. Henrickson, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
11:30186 The Reaction of Metallic Films with Lithium Studied by In-Situ Atomic Force/Optical Microscopy - L. Beaulieu, K. Eberman (Dalhousie University,), V. Jones, B. Turner (3M Centre), S. Beattie (Dalhousie University,), L. Krause (3M Centre), and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University,) PDF
11:45187 A 4-Electrode Coin Cell for Intercalation Electrodes Studies - R. Yazami, M. Holzapfel, and F. Alloin (CNRS) PDF

Diagnostic Tools and Battery Studies II

Co-Chairs: D.W. Dees and K.A. Striebel

2:00188 Identification of Side Reactions in Lithium Ion Cells - S. Sloop, J. Pugh, and J. Kerr (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
2:15189 A Novel Thermal Management System for EV Batteries Using Phase Change Material (PCM) - S. Al-Hallaj (Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering) and R. Selman (CESE) PDF
2:30190 Failure Modes in High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries for Use in Hybrid Electric Vehicles - R. Kostecki, X. Zhang, P.N. Ross, Jr., F. Kong, S. Sloop, J. Kerr, K. Striebel, E. Cairns, and F. McLarnon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
2:45191 Limitation or Compromise: A New Study on Cell Capacity and Cycle Life of Recently Commercially Available 18650 Cells - J. Fan and D. Magnuson (GP Battery Technologies) PDF
3:00192 Diagnostic Studies on High-Power Lithium-Ion Cells for Hybrid Electric Vehicle Energy Storage - J.-S. Hong, J. Liu, A. Newman, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) PDF
3:15193 Performances of New-Type Thin Lithium-Ion Batteries - M. Fujiwara, M. Sekino, K. Koiwa, A. Satoh, N. Takami, and H. Hasebe (Toshiba Corporation) PDF
3:30194 In-situ Electrochemical and Thermal Behavior of 18650 Li-Ion Cells - W. Lu, Q. Wu, and J. Prakash (Illinois Institue of Technology) PDF
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4:00195 Impedance Studies of the LiMn2O4/LiPF6-DMC-EC Interface - K. Striebel and E. Cairns (E.O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
4:15196 Surface Chemistry and Morphology of Binders in Graphite Anodes of Lithium Ion Batteries - M. Yoo and C. Frank (Stanford University) PDF
4:30197 AC Impedance of Lithium Ion Cells - R. Bugga, M. Smart, and S. Surampudi (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) PDF