202nd Meeting - Salt Lake City, UT

October 20-25, 2002


C2 - Rechargeable Lithium Batteries

Battery/Energy Technology

Monday October 21, 2002

Imperial Ballroom A, Main Level, Grand America Hotel

Cathodes I

Co-Chairs: J. Dahn and P. Notten

10:00104 Staging Phase Transitions in LixCoO_2 - Z. Chen and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
10:15105 Phase Transformation in LiCoO_2 - H. Gabrisch, R. Yazami, and B. Fultz (California Institute of Technology)
10:30106 On the T2-LixCoO2 (0.52 < x < 0.72) Phase: Structural Study and First Principle Calculations - D. Carlier (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), L. Croguennec (CNRS), A. Van Der Ven, G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Menetrier, and C. Delmas (CNRS)
10:45107 Phase Relationships of Chemically Delithiated Layered Li1-xMO2 (M = Co and Ni) Cathodes - V. Sivaramakrishnan and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)
11:00108 LiCoO2 Thin Film Trench Cathodes Deposited by Liquid-delivery Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - S.-I. Cho, W.-G. Choi, and S.-G. Yoon (Chungnam National University)
11:15109 Lithium Intercalation in Submicron LiCoO2 Films - P. Bouwman, B. Boukamp, H. Bouwmeester (University Twente), and P. Notten (Philips Research Laboratories)
11:30110 The Effect of Aluminum-Oxide Coating on the Cycling Behavior in Thin-Film LiCoO2 Cathodes - Y.J. Kim, T.-J. Kim, B. Kim, D. Ahn, D. Son, J.-G. Lee, and B. Park (Seoul National University)
11:45111 EIS Studies of Interfacial Impedance Built-up on LiCoO_2 upon Cycling - Y. Gao and M. Yakovleva (FMC Corporation)

Imperial Ballroom A, Main Level, Grand America Hotel

Cathodes II

Co-Chairs: E.S. Takeuchi and J. Schoonman

2:00112 Intercalation Chemistry and Battery Materials - M.S. Whittingham (State University of New York at Binghamton)
2:45113 Improving PEM Fuel Cell Robustness and Lifetime with Respect to Reactant Starvation - D. Wilkinson (Ballard Power Systems)
3:15114 Film Formation at Anodes in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries in the Presence of Electrolyte Additives - M. Winter, J.O. Besenhard, K.C. Moller, M.R. Wagner, C. Veit, J.H. Han, H. Santner, A. Trifonova, W. Kohs, L. Volpe, and P.R. Raimann (Graz University of Technology)
3:45 Fifteen-Minute Intermission -
4:00115 Enhanced Lithium Diffusion in Thin-Film LiCoO2 Cathodes by Al2O3 Coating - Y.J. Kim, T.-J. Kim, B. Kim, D. Ahn, D. Son, J.-G. Lee, and B. Park (Seoul National University)
4:15116 Aging Kinetics of the LiCoO2 Positive Electrode - Y. Ozawa, R. Yazami, and B. Fultz (Caltech)
4:30117 Understanding the NMR Shifts in Layered Paramagnetic Oxides by using DFT Calculations - D. Carlier (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Menetrier (CNRS and Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie et Physique de Bordeaux), C.P. Grey (State University of New York at Stony Brook), C. Delmas (CNRS and Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie et Physique de Bordeaux), and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
4:45118 Electrostatic Spray Deposition of Doped LiCoVO_4, a High Voltage Cathode Material for Li-ion Batteries - N. Van Landschoot, E. Kelder, and J. Schoonman (Delft University of Technology)
5:00119 The Influence of Fe on the Structure and Electrochemical Properties of LiFe_xCo1-xVO4 - N. Van Landschoot, E. Kelder, and J. Schoonman (Delft University of Technology)
5:15120 A Comparison of Vanadium Pentoxide Xerogels Made via the Vanadate and Vanadyl Tris(Alkoxide) Hydrolysis Routes - F. Huguenin, R. Torresi (Universidade de Sao Paulo), G. Holland, and D. Buttry (University of Wyoming)
5:30121 Electrochemical Performance of Sol-Gel Synthesized LiFePO_4 in Lithium Batteries - M. Doeff, R. Finones, and Y. Hu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
5:45122 Reversible Lithium Intercalation into Vanadyl Phosphates Synthesized in Organic Solvent - B. Azmi, T. Ishihara, H. Nishiguchi, and Y. Takita (Oita University)

Tuesday October 22, 2002

Cathodes III

Co-Chairs: A. Manthiram and M. Thackeray

8:00123 Characterization and Diagnostics of Li-ion Batteries with Natural Graphite and LiFePO4 - J. Shim, A. Sierra, and K. Striebel (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
8:15124 Structural Change of Li3CrTiO5 During Cycling - L. Zhang, H. Noguchi, and M. Yoshio (Saga University)
8:30125 Novel High-Energy Lithium Power Source Based on Molybdenum Oxide and Solid-Phase Inorganic Electrolyte - E. Shembel, Y. Kalinushkin (Ener1, Inc.), A. Markevich, K. Kylyvnyk (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), T. Pastushkin, P. Novak (Ener1, Inc.), and A. Nosenko (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University)
8:45126 Li/Li2Sx Liquid Cathode Cell - A. Gorkovenko, E. Tritenichenko, C. Skaggs, and V. Puglisi (Moltech Corporation)
9:00127 Low Temperature Performance of of Li/S Batteries - Y. Mikhaylik and J. Akridge (Moltech Corporation)
9:15128 Elevated Temperature Performance of LiMn2-xMxO4 Electrodes (M = Li, Mg, Al, Zn) as a Function of Tetrahedral Site Occupancy - J.-S. Kim, J. Vaughey, C. Johnson, and M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory)
9:30 Thirty-Minute Intermission -
10:00129 Nanocrystalline Lithium Manganese Oxide Cathodes for Lithium-ion Batteries - D. Im and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)
10:15130 MAS NMR Studies of Lithium Manganese Oxide with O2 Structure - E. Cairns, Y.J. Lee (University of California), T. Eriksson, M. Doeff (Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. Reimer (University of California)
10:30131 Electrochemical Lithium Reaction of Some First-row Transition-metal Spinel Mixed-oxides - R. Alcantara, M. Jaraba, P. Lavela, J.L. Tirado (Universidad de Cordoba), J.C. Jumas, and O.-F. Josette (Universite Montpellier II)
10:45132 Electrochemical Properties of Li1-xMn2-2xO4 Thin Film Cathodes - D. Singh (Swiss Federal Institute Of Technology), W.-S. Kim, V. Craciun (University Of Florida), H. Hofmann (Swiss Federal Institute Of Technology), and R. Singh (University Of Florida)
11:00133 Relationship between Cubic to Cubic Transition and Capacity Fade in Spinel Manganese Oxides - Y. Shin and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)
11:15134 Charge-discharge Cycle Behavior of MgAl_2O4-doped LiMn2O4 Cathode Material for Li Ion Rechargeable Battery - N. Ozawa, K. Donoue, Y. Kamitaka, and T. Yao (Kyoto University)
11:30135 Improved Spinel Lithium Manganese Oxide as Cathode for High Power Battery for HEV Application - J. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Xu, T.R. Jow (Army Research Laboratory), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
11:45136 Modeling of Electrochemical Properties of LiMn2O4 Thin Film Cathodes - D. Singh, H. Hofmann (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), and R. Singh (University Of Florida)

Cathodes IV

Co-Chairs: E. Cairns and J. McBreen

2:00137 Relationship between Structure, Magnetic Property, and Electrochemical Property after High Temperature Storage of Lithium Manganese Spinels - K. Hironori, S. Hikari, K. Kenichi, K. Hiroyuki, T. Mitsuharu, T. Kuniaki (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), Y. Masao (Kobe University), K. Ryoji (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and K. Takashi (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization)
2:15138 Origin of the High-voltage (> 4.5V) Capacity in Spinel Manganese Oxides - Y. Shin and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)
2:30139 Improved Cyclic Performance of Doped Spinel Li1+xZnyMn2-x-yO4 at elevated Temperature - H. Noguchi, H. Nakamura, X. Wang, S. Shikimori, M. Zou, and M. Yoshio (Saga University)
2:45140 MnO2 Materials for Lithium Batteries Synthesized by the Electrochemical-Hydrothermal Method: Influence of Structural Parameters and Morphology on Electrochemical Properties - L. Hill, A. Verbaere, and D. Guyomard (Institut des Materiaux Jean Rouxel)
3:00141 Nanostructured Amorphous Transition Metal Oxides as Lithium Intercalation Cathodes - J. John Xu, G. Jain, and J. Yang (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
3:15142 Development of Polymer Composite Cathode of DMcT-PAn Containing Carbon Nanoparticles for Lithium Battery - L. Xiao (Central South University), O. Hatozaki, and N. Oyama (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
3:30143 Thermal Stability and Cell Performance of Al,Nb-Doped Ni-Co System Oxide Cathode - Y. Isozaki, K. Kubo, S. Yamada, and M. Kanda (Toshiba Corporation)
3:45144 Combinatorial Synthesis of Li[Ni_xCo1-2xMnx]O2 (0 - A. Bonakdarpour and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
4:00145 Preparation, Structure, and Thermal Stability of New NixCo1-2xMnx(OH)2 - S. Jouanneau and J.R. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
4:15 Fifteen-Minute Intermission -
4:30146 Electrochemical Evaluation of xLi2TiO3(1-x)LiMn0.5Ni0.5O2 (0 - J.-S. Kim, C. Johnson, J. Vaughey, A. Kropt, and M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory)
4:45147 6Li MAS NMR and In Situ X-ray Studies of Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxides - W.-S. Yoon, C. Grey (State University of New York), X.-Q. Yang, and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Lab.)
5:00148 Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Layered Li(Ni,Mn,M')O_2-yFy (M'=Al,Co,Ti,0 - S.-H. Kang (Argonne National Laboratory), Y.-K. Sun (Hanyang University), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
5:15149 A Combinatorial Study Of LiMn_xNi2-xO4 Cathode Materials - J. Whitacre, W. West, and R. Bugga (California Institute of Technology)
5:30150 In-situ XAS Investigation of LiCo0.15Mn1.85O4 Cathode Material during Charging and Discharging in Nonaqueous Solution - B.J. Hwang, Y.-W. Tsai, Y.W. Wu (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), and J.F. Lee (Synchrotron Radiation Research Center)
5:45151 Characteristics on Solid-State Redox Reactions of Layered Type LiMn05Ni0502 for Li Ion Batteries - A. Ueda, K. Uchitomi, and S. Aoyama (Hitachi Maxell Ltd.)

Grand Ballrooms B and C, Main Level, Grand America Hotel

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: Z. Ogumi and E. Takeuchi

o152 The Structural and Electrochemical Properties of LiNiyTi1-yO2 Prepared by Wet Process - J.W. Joeng and S.-G. Kang (Hoseo University)
o153 Effects of an Imidazolium Imide Salt Addition to a Rechargeable Li/S Cell on Its Cycle Performance - S. Kim, Y. Jung, J. Kim, Y. Choi, B. Jung, and H. Lim (Samsung SDI CO., LTD)
o154 The Effect of Nano Sized Adsorbing Material On The Cycle Life of Sulfur Cathode for Rechargeable Li/S Battery - M.-S. Song, S.-C. Han, H.-S. Kim, J.-H. Kim (KAIST), H.-J. Ahn (Gyeong Sang National University), and J.-Y. Lee (KAIST)
o155 Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Olivine-type Cathode Materials Containing Fine Carbon for Lithium Batteries - M. Kohzaki, Y. Ukyo (Toyota Central R and D Labs., Inc.), and M. Tabuchi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o156 Li and V MAS NMR, Ex Situ XRD Studies of the Electrochemical Behavior of Vanafates and Vanadyl Phosphates - N. Dupre (SUNY at Stony Brook), J. Gaubicher (CNRS), C. Grey (SUNY at Stony Brook), D. Guyomard (CNRS), M. Quarton (Universite Paris VI), and R. Siegel (CNRS)
o157 Synthesis and Electrochemical Performance of Layered Li_1-xNax[Li0.1Ni0.2Co0.3Mn0.4]O2 Cathode Materials for Lithium Secondary Batteries - Y.-K. Sun and J.-H. Kim (Hanyang University)
o158 Enhancement of Structural Stability and Thermal Property of LiNi1-xCoxO2 by coating with Magnesium Oxide - C.-L. Tsai (Chung Hsing University), M.-H. Liu, J.-M. Chen (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and H.-C. Shih (Tsing Hua University)
o159 Effects of Cyclability of Cl,Al-doped and Cl, Al-codoped Spinel LiMn2O4 - W. Zhu, X. Fan, F. Pan, S. Zhang, and Z. Huang (Chongqing University)
o160 The Fabrication of LiMn2O4 Thin Films from Diethanolamine-stabilized Li/Mn-acetate Solution - H.S. Jung, J.-Y. Kim, K.S. Hong, H.-J. Jung, and S.-K. Joo (Seoul National University)
o161 Initial Capacity Loss Suppression of SnS Anode by Chemical Reduction - T. Momma, H. Mukaibo, A. Yoshizawa, and T. Osaka (Waseda University)
o162 Effect of SnO2 Nanoparticle on Charge Discharge Properties in Li Rechargeable Battery - H.-J. Ahn, S.-J. Moon, J.-Y. Park, and Y.-E. Sung (Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology)
o163 Electrodeposition of SnSb and Sn Nanostructures as Anode Materials of Lithium-Ion Batteries - C. Jin-Ming, H. Chien-Te, L. Hing-Hsiao, H. Hsiu-Wen, and S. Han-Chang (Industrial Technology Research Institute)
o164 Silicon-Based Nanocomposite Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries - J. Miller, L. Wang, M. Heath, M. Fay, C. Xu, and C. Silkowski (T/J Technologies, Inc.)
o165 Studies on the Effects of Additive Pt in Lithium –Ion Battery - K. Woo-Seong (K-JIST), P. Dong-won, C. Kwang-il, P. Jong-Geun (Chonnam National University), S. Yung-Eun (K-JIST), and C. Yong-Kook (Chonnam National University)
o166 The LixVPn4 (Pn=P,As) Ternary Phases: Rigid Networks for Lithium Insertion/Deinsertion - M.-L. Doublet, F. Lemoigno, F. Gillot, L. Monconduit (Universite Montpellier 2), M. Morcrette (Universite de Picardie Jules Verne), and F. Favier (Universite Montpellier 2)
o167 Surface Modification of Graphite Particles by Reactive Induction Plasmas - M. Kurihara, S. Maruyama, K. Ohe (TDK Corporation), H. Tanaka, Y. Moriyoshi (Hosei University), T. Ishigaki, and T. Ishigaki (National Institute for Materials Science)
o168 Surface-Modified Graphite Anode for Improving Charge-Discharge Performance - F.-T. Wang, M.-H. Liu, and J.-M. Chen (Industrial Technology Research Institute)
o169 Effective SEI Formation at the Step Edges of a Graphite Negative Electrode in the Electrolyte Solution Containing O2 - O. Matsuoka, A. Hiwara, T. Hayashi, S. Ono, and S. Yamamoto (Mitsui Chemicals,Inc.)
o170 A New Type of Self-Adhesive Polymer in Lithium Battery Applications - W. Mao-Sung, W. Sheng-Feng, J. Yih-Song, and C. Pin-Chi Julia (Industrial Technology Research Institute)
o171 Preparation Condition of Co-continuous Polymer Blend Gel Electrolyte with IPN System - T. Momma, H. Ito, T. Osaka (Waseda University), and S. Passerini (Electrochemical Energy Conversion Division)
o172 Influences of Cross-linking Density of the Polyether-based Electrolytes Doped with LiN(SO_2CF3)2 on Electrochemical and Thermal Properties - T. Bando, Y. Aihara (Yuasa Corporation), K. Hayamizu, and E. Akiba (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o173 NMR Characterization of Polymer Nanocomposites Used in Lithium Ion Cells - G. Sandi, R.E. Gerald, L.J. Smith, and M.-L. Saboungi (Argonne National Laboratory)
o174 Effects of Initiator Activity of Polymerization on Performance of a Gel-polymer Li-ion Cell - J.Y. Lee, E. Song, and H.S. Lim (Samsung SDI Co.,Ltd)
o175 Inter-Electrode In Situ Concentration Cartography In Lithium/Polymer Electrolyte/Lithium Cells - A. Teyssot, C. Belhomme (CNRS), R. Bouchet (Universite de Provence), M. Rosso (CNRS), S. Lascaud (EDF), and M. Armand (University of Montreal)
795 Effect of Silica Nanoparticles on PEO-LiTFSI Polymer Electrolytes - Y. Li, J. Yerian, P. Fedkiw, and S. Khan (North Carolina State University)

Wednesday October 23, 2002

Imperial Ballroom A, Main Level, Grand America Hotel

Anodes I

Co-Chairs: Z. Ogumi and M. Winter

10:00176 Anode Performance and Matrix Conductivity in Lithium Battery Electrolytes - K. Striebel, J. Shim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), C.-W. Wang, and A.M. Sastry (University of Michigan)
10:15177 One-dimensional Rietveld Analysis of Layered Structures of Lithium-graphite Intercalation Compounds - N. Ozawa, T. Niimi, T. Aikawa, and T. Yao (Kyoto University)
10:30178 Mathematical Modeling of SEI Formation in Li-Ion Cell Anodes - P. Ramadass, V. Subramanian, H. Ploehn, and R. White (University of South Carolina)
10:45179 Effects of Co-solvents on Surface Film Formation on a Graphite Negative Electrode in Lithium-Ion Batteries - S.-K. Jeong, Y. Iriyama, T. Abe (Kyoto University), M. Inaba (Doshisha University), and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)
11:00180 Theoretical Studies of SEI Layer Formation and Growth - P. Balbuena and Y. Wang (University of South Carolina)
11:15181 Solvated Lithium-Ion Transfer at Interface between Graphite and Electrolyte - Z. Ogumi, T. Abe, H. Fukuda, and Y. Iriyama (Kyoto University)
11:30182 Electrochemical Analysis of Lithiated Graphite Anodes - M. Verbrugge (General Motors Research and Development Center) and B. Koch (General Motors Advanced Technology Vehicles)
11:45183 The Effect of Electrolyte Additives Upon the Kinetics of Lithium Intercalation/De-Intercalation at Low Temperatures - M.C. Smart, B.V. Ratnakumar, K. Chin, W. West, and S. Surampudi (California Institute of Technology)

Anodes II and Electrolytes I

Co-Chairs: S. Vucson and S. Khan

2:00184 The Anomalous Reaction of Li with Sn as Studied by In Situ Atomic Force Microscopy - L. Beaulieu, T. Hatchard, J. Dahn, and S. Beattie (Dalhousie University)
2:15185 Combinatorial Electrochemical Study of the SiAlSn Ternary System - T. Hatchard, M. Fleischauer, and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
2:30186 Phase Transitions in Lithiated Intermetallic Anodes for Lithium batteries - In Situ XRD Studies - L. Fransson, K. Edstrom (Uppsala University), J. Vaughey, and M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory)
2:45187 The Reaction of Li with Patterned Si0.67Sn0.33 Studied by In Situ Atomic Force Microscopy - L. Beaulieu, T. Hatchard, and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
3:00188 Mesoporous Anode Materials for Lithium Batteries - V. Subramanian, E. Cannon, and R. Bobba (Southern University)
3:15189 The Electrochemistry of Germanium Nitride with Lithium - N. Pereira (Teclcordia Technologies), M. Balasubramanian (Brookhaven National Laboratories), L. Dupont (Universite de Picardie Jules Verne), L. Klein (Rutgers University), and G. Amatucci (Teclcordia Technologies)
3:30190 Outstanding Electrochemical Performance of Li3N - P.P. Prosini and F. Cardellini (ENEA)
3:45191 Exact Solution for Contact and Top-Layer Resistivity in Two-Layer Electrodes: Applications for Li-ion Anodes - C.-W. Wang, A.M. Sastry (University of Michigan), K.A. Striebel, and J. Shim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
4:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission -
4:30192 Polymer - Silicate Nanocomposites : Electrolytes for Lithium Polymer Batteries - M. Kurian, M. Galvin (University of Delaware), P. Trapa, and A. Mayes (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
4:45193 Role of Monomer in the Reactions of Crosslinkable Fumed-Silica Based Electrolyte - J. Yerian, P. Fedkiw, and S. Khan (North Carolina State University)
5:00194 Nanocomposites Polymer Electrolytes with Improved Machanical Properties - J.Y. Sanchez, F. Alloin, A. Azizi-Samir (LEPMI), A. Dufresne, M. Paillet (CERMAV), and J.Y. Cavaille (GEMPPM)
5:15195 Anionic/PEO Functionalized Silsesquioxanes as Single Ion Conductors for Lithium Batteries - P. Maitra, H. Zhang, J. Zhang, and S. Wunder (Temple University)
5:30196 Raman Investigation on PEO-LiBETI Polymer Electrolytes - S. Passerini (ENEA - IDROCOMB), C. Capiglia, N. Imanishi, and Y. Takeda (Mie University)
5:45197 Study on Flexible Lithium Ion Polymer Rechargeable Cells Under Applied Mechanical Loading - Q. Chen and D.C.C. Lam (The Hong Kong Univetsity of Science and Technology)

Thursday October 24, 2002

Electrolytes II

Co-Chairs: K. Amine and D. Scherson

8:30198 Functionalized Silsesquioxanes as Wide Temperature Range Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries - P. Maitra, J. Zhang, and S. Wunder (Temple University)
8:45199 The Transport Number of Ionic Species in Lithium Electrolyte Solution Coexisting with Porous Solid Materials - M. Minoru, I. Fumio, K. Akihiko, and D. Shigehito (Kobe University)
9:00200 Functional Electrolyte II: Additives for Suppression of the Electrolyte Decomposition - J. Gong, T. Tsumura, H. Nakamura, M. Yoshio (Saga University), H. Yoshitake, and K. Abe (Ube Industries, Ltd)
9:15201 Studies of Electrolyte Oxidation Using In-situ Infrared Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy - X. Zhang and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley Lab)
9:30 Thirty-Minute Intermission -
10:00202 A Boron-based Salt for Li-Ion Electrolytes - K. Xu, S. Zhang, J. Allen, and R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
10:15203 Application of LiBOB as an Electrolyte Salt For 4 V Class Lithium Ion Rechargeable Cells - T. Fujii, M. Takehara, and M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation)
10:30204 Non-flammable Lithium Ion Electrolytes Based on Phosphorus (V) Compounds - K. Xu, M. Ding, S. Zhang, J. Allen, and R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
10:45205 Novel Imidazolium Salt with Low Reduction Potential - K. Hayashi, Y. Nemoto, K. Akuto, and Y. Sakurai (NTT Corporation)
11:00206 Behavior of Li Ion Cells in High-intensity Radiation Environments - B.V. Ratnakumar, M.C. Smart, L. Whitcanack, B. Davies, F. Deligiannis, and S. Surampudi (California Institute of Technology)

Lithium Ion Cells

Co-Chairs: A.R. Landgrebe and B. Popov

2:00207 In-Situ, Time Resolved Raman Microspectrotopography of an Operating Lithium Ion Battery - Y. Luo, W.-B. Cai, X.-K. Xing, and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)
2:15208 Relating Power Fade to Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy on the Advanced Technology Development Program Cells - J.P. Christophersen, D.F. Glenn, C.G. Motloch, R.B. Wright, C.D. Ho (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory), V.S. Battaglia (Argonne National Laboratory), and T.Q. Duong (US DOE)
2:30209 Study on the Effects of Discharge Rates on the Capacity Fade of Lithium-ion Battery - G. Ning (The University of South Carolina)
2:45210 High Capacity 3-D "On-Chip" Microbattery - V. Yufit, M. Nathan (Tel-Aviv University), E. Peled, D. Golodnitsky, Y. Lavi (Tel Aviv University), and E. Sverdlov (Tel-Aviv University)
3:00211 Implementing a Thick-Film Composite Li-Ion MicroCathode using Carbon Nanotubes as a Conductive Filler - Q. Lin and J. Harb (Brigham Young University)
3:15212 Performance of Commercial Li-ion Batteries Cycled with a Rapid Charging Protocol - G. Sikha, P. Ramadass, B. Haran, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina)
3:30213 High Rate Lithium-ion Cells - R. Gitzendanner, F. Puglia, S. Iaconnetti, and S. Santee (Lithion, Inc. / Yardney Technical Products, Inc.)
3:45214 Performance and Life Testing of 12 Ah Saft America HP-12 Lithium Ion Cells - J. Belt, C. Motloch, C. Ho (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory), G. Chagnon (Saft America Inc.), T. Duong (U.S. Department of Energy), and T. Miller (Ford Motor Company)
4:00 Fifteen-Minute Intermission -
4:15215 Quantitative Estimation of Capacity Fade of Sony 18650 cells Cycled at Elevated Temperatures - B. Popov, P. Ramadass, and B. Haran (University of South Carolina)
4:30216 Thermal Reactions in Li-ion Cells - P. Roth, C. Crafts, and D. Doughty (Sandia National Laboratories)
4:45217 Thermal Analysis on Lithium-Ion Batteries for Optimal Charging Current Profile - A. Sato and M. Hiraiwa (Chubu University)
5:00218 Investigations of the Exothermic Reactions on Li=Ion Cells - H. Yang, H. Bang (Illinois Institute of Technology), K. Amine (Agronne National Laboratory), and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
5:15219 Characterization of 190-Ah Lithium-ion JSB Cells Using Isothermal - Calorimetric Measurements - B. Nguyen (The Boeing Company)
5:30220 Sealing Improvement for Lithium Polymer Cell Package by Tab Surface Treatment - H. Wang, C. Castledine, J. Kaschmitter, J. Farmer, and G. Nagarajan (SpectraPower, Inc.)
5:45221 Storage Characteristics of Li-Ions for Future NASA/JPL Missions to the Oute rPlanets - K.B. Chin, M.C. Smart, B.V. Ratnakumar, L.D. Whitcanack, E.D. Davies, M.D. Rodriguez, F. Deligiannis, and S. Surampudi (Calfornia Institute of Technology)


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