205th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

May 9-May 14, 2004


B1 - High Performance Li-Ion and Li-Polymer Batteries

Battery/Energy Technology

Monday, May 10, 2004

Salon D, Level 3

Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries

Co-Chairs: E. Cairns and A. Manthiram

10:0059 Phase Relationships of Chemically Delithiated Layered Li1-xMO2 (0 < (1-x) < 1) Oxides - A. Manthiram and S. Venkatraman (University of Texas at Austin)
10:2060 The Reaction Between LixCoO2 and Nonaqueous Electrolytes at Elevated Temperature - M. Onuki, S. Kinoshita, and M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.)
10:4061 Structural Investigations of LiFePO4 Electrodes by Fe X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy - E. Cairns, A. Deb (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), U. Bergmann (Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory), and S. Cramer (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
11:0062 Electrochemical Evaluation of Phospho-olivine LiFePO4 Synthesized by Hydrothermal Reaction - K. Kanamura and K. Shiraishi (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
11:2063 Stoichiometric, Morphological, and Electrochemical Impact of the Phase Stability of Li_xCoO2 - N. Pereira (SAIC), C. Matthias, K. Bell (Mine Safety Appliances Co.), F. Badway, I. Plitz, J. Al-Sharab, F. Cosandey (Rutgers University), P. Shah, N. Isaacs (Mine Safety Appliances Co.), and G. Amatucci (Rutgers University)
11:4064 Effect of the Architecture of a Composite Electrode on its Performances : Coupling Microstructural, dx/dU and EIS Approaches - D. Guy (University of Nantes), R. Bouchet (University of Provence), B. Lestriez, and D. Guyomard (University of Nantes)

Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries

Co-Chairs: M. Wakihara and D.A. Scherson

14:0065 The Raman Microscopy of A Single Lithium Manganese Oxide Microparticle in the State of Self-discharge - Q. Shi and D.A. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)
14:2066 Particle Isolation in LiNi_0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Cathodes: Effects on Capacity and Power - G. Zhuang, G. Chen, J. Shim, X. Song, P. Ross, and T. Richardson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
14:4067 Thermodynamic Properties of Partially Substituted Lithium Manganese Spinel Oxides - H. Ikuta, K. Watanabe, M. Nakayama, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
15:0068 Discharge Properties of Stable Radical Cathodes at High Current Density - J. Iriyama, K. Nakahara, S. Iwasa, Y. Morioka, M. Suguro, and M. Satoh (NEC Corporation)
15:2069 Local Structure and Electrochemical Properties of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4-d Prepared at Various Oxygen Partial Pressure - M. Wakihara, T. Miki, M. Nakayama, H. Ikuta, and Y. Uchimoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:0070 Lithium Substituted Layered Li1.03(Ni1/3Co1/3Mn1/3)0.97O2 Cathodes for Lithium Ion Cells - J.-W. Choi and A. Manthiram (University of Texas at Austin)
16:2071 LiMn2O4 Positive Electrodes Prepared by a Glycine-Nitrate Process for Lithium Batteries - Y. Zhang, H.-C. Shin, J. Dong, and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology)
16:4072 Simplifying Lithium-ion Battery Models - V. Subramanian, D. Tapriyal (Tennessee Tech University), and R. White (University of South Carolina)
17:0073 Effects of Reference Performance Testing during Life Cycle Aging of Lithium-Ion Cells - J. Christophersen, K. Gering, C. Motloch, C. Ho (INEEL), V. Battaglia, G. Henriksen (ANL), T. Duong, and D. Howell (DOE)
17:2074 Reversible Overcharge Protection for Lithium Ion Batteries - G. Chen and T. Richardson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries

Co-Chairs: T.R. Jow and T. Ohzuku

08:2075 Factors Affecting Rate Capability of a Lithium-Ion Battery with Li[Li_1/3Ti5/3]O4 and LiCo1/2Ni1/2O2 - K. Sawai, Y. Orita, and T. Ohzuku (Osaka City University)
08:4076 Capacity Loss Studies on High Capacity Li-ion Cells for the Orbiter Advanced Hydraulic Power System - J. Jeevarajan and B. Irlbeck (NASA-Johnson Space Center)
09:0077 Lithium-ion Cells using Ionic Liquids - T. Matsui, M. Deguchi, and H. Yoshizawa (Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.)
09:2078 Electrolyte Degradation and Film Formation on Positive Electrodes of Li-Ion Batteries: An In Situ DEMS Study - A. Würsig, J. Ufheil, and P. Novák (Paul Scherrer Institut)
09:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:0079 Theoretical and Experimental Study on the Structure of LiFePO4 –Based Materials1 - H. Liu, X. Zhu, J. Zhou, X. Gan, C. Hu, and S. Ouyang (Wuhan University of Technology)
10:2080 Development of Ceramic Powder-Based Composite Separator for Lithium Rechargeable Battery - S. Aihara, D. Takemura, K. Hamano, and T. Nishimura (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation)
10:4081 Nanopore Effect on Ionic Conduction of Non-aqueous Lithium Electrolyte Solution Coexisting with Porous Solid Materials - M. Mizuhata, M. Kitamura, S. Inagaki, and S. Deki (Kobe University)
11:0082 Combination of LiBF4 and g-Butyrolactone as Low Temperature Electrolyte of Li-Ion Batteries - S.S. Zhang, K. Xu, and T.R. Jow (US Army Research Laboratory)
11:2083 The Anodic Stability of LiBOB-based Electrolytes on Cathode Surfaces - K. Xu, S. Zhang, U. Lee, J. Allen, and R. Jow (U. S. Army Research Laboratory)
11:4084 Spectroscopic and Thermal Studies on the Reaction of Lithium with LiSn_2(PO4)3 and Sn3(PO4)2 - C.M. Burba and R. Frech (University of Oklahoma)

Anodes and Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries

Co-Chairs: J. Prakash and L. Rendek

14:0085 Improvements to the Capacity Fade of Synthetic Graphite Li-Ion Battery Anodes Through the Addition of Arc Generated Fullerene Soot - L. Rendek, R. Doe, and M. Wagner (The George Washington University)
14:2086 Exfoliated Graphite as Li-Ion Battery Anode - S. Yazici, D. Krassowski (GrafTech International Ltd.), and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
14:4087 The Change of Electrochemical Properties of Li/S Batteries with Discharge Rate - H.-S. Ryu, H.-J. Ahn, K.-W. Kim, J.-H. Ahn, K.-K. Cho, T.-H. Nam (Gyeongsang National University), and J.-Y. Lee (KAIST)
15:0088 Synthesis LiNi0.8Co0.2O2 Cathode Materials Using Spherical Nickel Hydroxide Coated by the Sol-gel Method - X. Liu, Y. Zhao, and D. Xia (Beijing University of Technology)
15:2089 Synthesis and Chemical State of Spinel LiMn2O4 by F and F-Co dopant - H. Liu, X. Zhu, X. Gan, C. Hu, C. Jiang, and S. Ouyang (Wuhan University of Technology)
15:4090 Single Microparticle-Pair Microbatteries - A. Palencsár and D.A. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

Salons E and F, Level 3

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and G. Sandi

o91 Lithium Nickelate Through Oxidation of Brush Plated Li-Ni Alloy - M. Murali, K. Meenakshyapillai, and S. Duraisamy (Central Electrochemical Research Institute)
o92 EIS as a Mean to Track the Electrical and Electrochemical Performance of an Insertion Positive Electrode: Case of Li_1.2V3O8. - D. Guy (University of Nantes), R. Bouchet (University of Provence), B. Lestriez, and D. Guyomard (University of Nantes)
o93 Performance Evaluation of LiNi_1-xMxVO4and LiNiMxV1-xO4 [M = Co, Mg and Al ; x = 0.0,0.1,0.3 and 0.5] Cathode Materials for Lithium Batteries - K. Palanichamy (Central Electrochemical Research Institute), K. Nallathamby (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute), J. Narayanan, and R. Ng (Central Electrochemical Research Institute)
o94 Graphite-nanosize Metal Doped Electrodes as Anodes for Li-ion Cells - R. Marassi, F. Nobili, T. Mecozzi, and S. Doske (University of Camerino)
o95 Electrochemical Properties of Si-Ni Alloy/Graphite Composite as an Anode Material for Li-ion Batteries - Y.-J. Lee, M.-S. Song (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K.-T. Kim (LG Chemical Research Park), Y.-M. Kang, J.-H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), P.S. Lee (Tencor), and J.-Y. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
o96 Effects of the Nano-sized Al2O3 Powder on the Cycle Property of Sulfur Electrode for Lithium/Sulfur Battery - B.-S. Jung, Y.-J. Choi, S.-S. Jeong, K.-W. Kim, H.-J. Ahn, J.-H. Ahn, K.-K. Cho, and T.-H. Nam (Gyeongsang National University)
o97 Changes in Electronic Structure Upon Li Extraction Reaction of LiCoPO4 with Olivine Structure - M. Nakayama, S. Gotoh, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o98 Improvement of Cycleability and Rate Capability of Li-ion Batteries - I. Kottegoda, Y. Kadoma, H. Ikuta, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o99 Electrochemical Performance of Lithium Sulfur Batteries with Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes - S.-S. Jeong, B.-S. Jung, K.-W. Kim, J.-H. Ahn, T.-H. Nam, H.-J. Ahn, and K.-K. Cho (Gyeongsang National University)
o100 Sol-gel Method for Preparing Cu-doped LiFePO4 as Cathode of Lithium Ion Batteries - W. Zhu, X. Fan, F. Pan, S. Zhang, and Z. Huang (Chongqing University)
o101 Effects Of Capacity And Cyclability Of Ag, Mg, Cu DOPED OLIVINE LiFePO4 - W. Zhu, J. Hu, X. Fan, F. Pan, S. Zhang, and Z. Huang (Chongqing University)
o102 Synthesis and Characterization of Layered Li[Ni_1/3Mn1/3Co1/3]O2 by Carbonate Co-precipitation Method - T.-H. Cho, S.-M. Park, H. Noguchi, and M. Yoshio (Saga University)
o103 The Study of SEI Formation in Cycled LiCoO2 Cathode Materials by High Field 7Li and 6Li NMR - N. Leifer, B. Meyer, S. Greenbaum (Hunter College of CUNY), and C. Grey (SUNY at Stony Brook)
o104 Coating of Spinel LiMn2O4 and its Electrochemical Properties - H. Liu, X. Zhu, X. Gan, C. Hu, C. Jiang, and S. Ouyang (Wuhan University of Technology)
o105 The Discharge Properties of FeS2 Cathode Prepared by Mechanical Alloying for Lithium Batteries - S.-W. Lee, W.-H. Jung, I.-S. Ahn, H.-J. Ahn, K.-W. Kim, and J.-H. Ahn (Gyeoungsang National University)
o106 Electrochemical Properties of doped LiMn_2O4 Spinel Thin Films - S.R. Das, N.K. Karan, S.B. Majumder, and R.S. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico)
o107 Modeling of the Potential and Current Density Distribution on the Electrodes of a Lithium-Polymer Battery - K.H. Kwon, C.B. Shin (Ajou University), T.H. Kang, and C.-S. Kim (VK Corporation)
o108 Electrochemical Performance of Sepiolite-Derived Carbon Coated with Silver Nanoparticles - G. Sandi (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Joachin (Illinois Institute of Technology), M. Castagnola (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Yang, and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
o109 Comparison of Charge Methods for a High Capacity Panasonic NiMH Commercial Cell - J. Jeevarajan and J. Cook (NASA Johnson Space Center)