2004 Joint International Meeting

October 3-October 8, 2004


B1 - Rechargeable Lithium and Lithium Ion Batteries


Monday, October 4, 2004

Tapa 2, Level 2, Tapa Conference Center


Co-Chairs: Z. Ogumi and L.F. Nazar

10:00278 Effects of Surface Modification by Metal Oxide on Interfacial Reactions of Lithium Cobalt Oxide Thin Film Electrodes - Y. Iriyama, H. Kurita, T. Abe, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)
10:20279 Phase Transformations during High-Voltage Charging of LiCoO_2 Cathodes - K. Pruessner, H. Gabrisch (University of New Orleans), and R. Yazami (California Institute of Technology)
10:40280 Effect of Foreign Metal Ions Doping on The Structural and Electrochemical Properties of LiNi0.5Mn0.5O2 - D. Li (Kanagawa University), M. Yoshio, H. Noguchi (Saga University), and Y. Sato (Kanagawa University,)
11:00281 Performance of LiNiCoO2 Based Materials for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries - Y. Itou and Y. Ukyo (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.)
11:20282 Enhanced Capacity Retention and Rate Capability of Layered Li-Ni-Co-Mn-O Compound by Al Oxide Coating - S.-T. Myung (VK Corporation), S. Komaba, N. Kumagai (Iwate University), Y.-K. Sun (Hanyang University), and C.-S. Kim (VK Corporation)
11:40283 In Situ Structural Investigations of LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 During Cycling by X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy - A. Deb (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), U. Bergmann (Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory), E. Cairns, and S. Cramer (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
12:00284 Theoretical Analysis of the Discharge Behavior of the LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 Electrode - V. Srinivasan and J. Newman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)


Co-Chairs: H. Noguchi and K. Amine

14:00285 LiMn_xNi1-xO2 Cathodes Revisited - S.B. Schougaard and J.B. Goodenough (University of Texas at Austin)
14:20286 Studies on the Capacity Fading of Li1+xMn2-xO4±d Spinels in Half Cell and Li-ion Batteries at Elevated Temperature - B. Deng, H. Nakamura, H. Noguchi, and M. Yoshio (Saga University)
14:40287 Capacity Fading Mechanisms of LiMn_2O4 at Elevated Temperature Investigated by In Situ Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction Studies - K.Y. Chung, X.-Q. Yang, H.S. Lee, W.-S. Yoon, and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
15:00288 Comparative Study of Li[Ni_1/2Mn3/2]O4 (P4332) and Li[Ni1/2Mn3/2]O4 (Fd3m) for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries - K. Ariyoshi, T. Ohzuku (Osaka City University), and N. Nakayama (Yamaguchi University)
15:20289 The Electrochemical Behaviors of Manganese Spinel Electrodes at High Temperature - J. Kim (Chonnam National University) and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
15:40290 Electrochemical Performance of Nano-structured LiM_xMn2-xO4(M= Cr and Fe) Powders at High Charge-discharge Operation - I. Taniguchi and Z. Bakenov (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
16:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission


Co-Chairs: D. Li and T.R. Jow

16:20291 Manufacturing and Electrochemical Performance of Undoped Nanosized Lithium Manganate and Determination of the Optimal Particle Size for Li+ migration - J. Prochazka and T. Spitler (Altair Nanomaterials, Inc.)
16:40292 Design, Performance and Industrial Production of Nanosized LithiumTitanate-Spinel Li4Ti5O12. - J. Prochazka and T. Spitler (Altair Nanomaterials, Inc.)
17:00293 Synthesis of Fine Particles of LiFePO_4 Cathode Material for Lithium Ion Battery using a Hydrothermal Method - H. Okawa, K. Sasaki (Akita University), Y. Katayama, K. Uematsu, K. Toda, and M. Sato (Niigata University)
17:20294 A Simple, Versatile Sol-Gel Method for the Synthesis of High-Performance LiMPO4 (M=Fe, Mn, Co) - J. Yang and J.J. Xu (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey)
17:40295 Qualification of Carbon-Coated Lithium Iron Phosphate as Cathode Material for Power Assist Hybrid Vehicles - N. Ravet (University of Montreal), D. Geoffroy, and M. Gauthier (Phostech Lithium Inc.)

Tuesday, October 5, 2004


Co-Chairs: J. Prakash, B. Owens, and K. Kanamura

08:00296 MoO3 Thin Film Cathodes for Elevated Temperature Applications - W. West and J. Whitacre (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
08:20297 beta-FeOOH Positive Active Material Prepared by Liquid Phase Deposition Method for Lithium Secondary Cells - T. Tabuchi, H. Yasuda, and M. Yamachi (Japan Storage Battery Co., Ltd.)
08:40298 High Energy Lithium Power Source with Cathode Based on MnO_2 - E. Shembel (Ener1, Inc.), P. Novak (Ener1 Group, Inc.), N. Globa, A. Ryabchuk (Ener1, Inc.), K. Hashimoto, S. Kohara (EnerStruct, Inc.), N. Zaderey (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), and V. Pisniy (DneprAZOT)
09:00299 Electrochemical Impedance Studies of Dilithium Phthalocyanine - M. Nookala, R. Rashmi (Indian Institute of Science), and L. Scanlon (Wright Patterson AFB)
09:20300 Preparation of Macroporous Li-Ion Conductor Using Colloidal Crystal Templating Method - N. Akutagawa, K. Dokko, H. Munakata, J.-I. Hamagami, T. Takei, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
09:40301 Current Collector Materials for Li-Ion Positive Electrodes - A.H. Whitehead, A. Shefa, T. Balvanovic (Funktionswerkstoffe F & E GmbH), and M. Schreiber (EN-o-DE, Energy on Demand Production and Sales GmbH)
10:00302 Material Architecture and Charge Transport in Nano-Crystalline Rechargeable Li Ion Batteries - S. Majumder, S. Das, S. Nieto, N. Karan, and B. Nastesan (University of Puerto Rico)
10:20 Twenty-Minute Intermission


Co-Chairs: J. Dahn, D. Stevens, and K. Tatsumi

10:40303 Study of SEI Layer Formed on Graphite Anodes in PC/LiBOB Electrolyte Using IR Spectroscopy - G.V. Zhuang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), K. Xu, T.R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and P. Ross (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
11:00304 Effect of the Initial Coulombic Efficiency of the Anode on the Over-discharge Behavior of a Li-ion Battery - Z. Mao (ConocoPhillips, Inc.)
11:20305 The Filled Carbon Nano-Tube Composite with Sn Used as Anodes for Lithium-Ion Battery - Q.-F. Dong, M.-G. Jin, M.-S. Zheng, Z.-C. Huang, J.-K. You, S.-G. Sun, and Z.-G. Lin (Xiamen University)
11:40306 Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Si-M Binary Alloys - T. Hatchard and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
12:00307 Optical Observations of Amorphous Metallic Alloy / Polymer Composite Electrodes - A. Timmons (Dalhousie University), Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)

Award Address

Co-Chairs: G. Blomgren and Z. Ogumi

14:00308 Battery Technology Award Address: Battery Technology Award Address: "Role Assigned Electrolytes" - M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.)
14:40309 Battery Research Award Address: Modeling of Batteries for Performance and Failure Mechanisms - J. Newman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
15:20 Twenty-Minute Intermission


Co-Chairs: R. Yazami and M. Wakihara

15:40310 Insight into Electrochemical Characteristics of Si and C-coated Si Particulate Electrodes for Lithium Ion Battery - W.-R. Liu (National Taiwan University), Z.-Z. Guo, D.-T. Shieh, H.-C. Wu, M.-H. Yang (ITRI, Materials Research Laboratories), and N.-L. Wu (National Taiwan University)
16:00311 Analysis of SiO Anode for Lithium-ion Battery - M. Miyachi, H. Yamamoto, H. Kawai, T. Ohta, and M. Shirakata (NEC Corporation)
16:20312 Nano Si cluster-SiO2-C Composite Material as High Capacity Anode Material for Lithium Batteries - T. Morita and N. Takami (Toshiba Corporation)
16:40313 Ni_0.5Mn0.5O1.43 for Negative Active Material of Lithium Secondary Cells - X. Liu, H. Yasuda, M. Yamachi (Japan Storage Battery Co., Ltd.), Y. Matsuda, and Y. Imai (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.)
17:00314 Dilation Behavior of Anode Material for Lithium-ion Secondary Battery - K. Yamaguchi, H. Satou, T. Kamada (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.), and S. Sogame (Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.)
17:20315 Nanostructured Negative Electrodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries - A. Dailly, A. Serres, R. Yazami, and B. Fultz (CNRS and CALTECH)
17:40316 Tin Oxide Nanorods as Li-ion Battery Anodes - J.-Y. Lee and Y. Wang (National University of Singapore)
18:00317 Prelithiated Carbon Anode for Lithium-ion Battery Applications using Electrode Microlithiation Technology (EMT) - C.R. Jarvis, M.J. Jain (AEA Technology Battery Systems, Ltd.), M.V. Yakovleva, and Y. Gao (FMC Corporation)

Coral Lounge, Level 6, Mid Pacific Conference Center

Tuesday Evening Poster Session and Technical Exhibit (Cathode)

Co-Chairs: Z. Ogumi and K. Striebel

o318 Effects of Nano-Crystalline ZnO Coating on Electrochemical Performance of LiCoO_2 cycled to 4.5 V - T. Fang, J.-G. Duh, and S.-Y. Tsai (National Tsing Hua University)
o319 Rate Capability of Nano-size LiCoO2 Cathode for Li-ion Cells - M. Makidera (Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences, Kyushu University), T. Kawamura (Japan Science and Technology Agency), S. Okada, and J.-I. Yamaki (Kyushu University)
o320 New Method of Producing Nano-sized LiCoO2 Particles for Li-ion Batteries - T. Kawamura (Japan Science and Technology Agency (In Yamaki lab., Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University)), M. Makidera, K. Koga, S. Okada, N. Miura, and J.-I. Yamaki (Kyushu University)
o321 Preparation of LiCoO_2 Paste Electrodes for High Power Micro-batteries - D.H. Im, M.S. Park, S.H. Hyun (Yonsei University), S.C. Nam (Nuricell Ltd.), and Y.S. Yoon (Konkuk University)
o322 Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of High Voltage Cycling LiM0.05Co0.95O2 as Cathode Material for Lithium Rechargeable Batteries - M. Zou, B. Deng, and M. Yoshio (Saga University)
o323 Synthesis and Characterization of LiCo0.99M0.01O2 (M=Co, Mg, Zn, Mn, Al) By Acid Dissolution Process - S.H. Oh, S.M. Lee, W.T. Jeong, W.I. Cho, and B.W. Cho (Korean Institute of Science and Technology)
o324 Solid-State Redox Reactions of LiCo_1/3Ni1/3Mn1/3O2 for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries - N. Yabuuchi and T. Ohzuku (Osaka City University)
o325 Direct Observation on the Capacity Loss of a Lithium Ion Cell Using Li1.05(Ni1/3Co1/3Mn1/3)O2 Cathode on Cycling Due to the Depletion of Electrolyte Solutions - H. Jung and G. Kim (Samsung SDI)
o326 Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Li[Co1-2x(Li1/3Mn2/3)x(Ni1/2Mn1/2)x]O2 - S.J. Jin, K.S. Park, C.H. Song, and K.S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)
o327 Effect of Mn Content on the Microstructure and Electrochemical Performance of LiNi_0.75-xCo0.25MnxO2 Cathode Materials - P.-Y. Liao, J.-G. Duh (National Tsing Hua University), and S.-R. Sheen (Coremax Taiwan Corporation)
o328 The Effect of SI Doping on the Electrochemical Characteristics of LiNixMnyCo(1-x–y)O2 - S.-H. Na, H.-S. Kim, and S.-I. Moon (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute)
o329 Synthesis and Characterization of LiNi0.8Co0.2-xMxO2 (M=Co, Mg, Zn, Mn, Al) by Acid Dissolution Process - S.H. Oh, S.M. Lee, W.T. Jeong, W.I. Cho, B.W. Cho (Eco-Nano Research Center), and K. Woo (Nano-Materials Research Center)
o330 Electrochemical Properties of LiNi_xMnyCo1-x-yO2 for Lithium Ion Secondary Batteries - K. Kikuchi, K. Shima, C. Miura, and K. Okahara (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.)
o331 Effects of Solvents and Starting Matierilas on Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Li[Li1/5Ni1/10Co1/5Mn1/2]O2 Solid Solutions - K.S. Park, C.H. Song, S.J. Jin, and K.S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)
o332 Electrochemical Properties of LiCo_1/3Ni1/3Mn1/3O2 as a Cathode for Lithium Ion Batteries - Y. Chen, G. Wang, K. Konstantinov, and H. Liu (I.S.E.M. Unversity of Wollongong)
o333 Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Li[Ni1/3Co1/3Mn1/3]O2-xFx via Co-precipitation - G.-H. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering), S.-T. Myung (VK Corporation), M.-H. Kim, Y.-K. Sun (Department of Chemical Engineering), K. Amine, and S.-H. Kang (Argonne National Laboratory, Electrochemical Technology Program, Chemical Engineering Division. Argonne)

Wednesday, October 6, 2004

Tapa 2, Level 2, Tapa Conference Center


Co-Chairs: M. Winter and M. Ue

10:00334 Inhibition of Aluminum Corrosion by LiN(SO2CF3)2 /Methyl Difluoroacetate Electrolyte for Use in Li-Ion Cells - J.-I. Yamaki, T. Tanaka, I. Watanabe, M. Egashira, and S. Okada (Kyushu University)
10:20335 Effects of Cyclic Carbonates as an Additive to GBL Electrolytes - M. Kotato, Y. Sakata, S. Kinoshita, and M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.)
10:40336 The Effect of Electrolytes on the Discharge Properties of Sulfur Electrode for Li/S Cells - 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)
11:00337 Transport Properties of LiPF_6 Based Li-ion Battery Electrolytes - L.O. Valoen and J. Reimers (E-One Moli Energy (Canada) Limited)
11:20338 Ester-Based Electrolytes that Enable Lithium-ion Cell Operation at very Low Temperatures (-40 Degrees Celcius to -70 Degrees Celcius) - M. Smart, B.V. Ratnakumar, K.B. Chin, and S.R. Narayanan (California Institute of Technology)
11:40339 Compatibility of Electrode Materials with LiBOB-BASED Electrolytes - M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, M. Wachtler, S. Ströbele (ZSW - Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research), J.-C. Panitz, and U. Wietelmann (Chemetall GmbH)


Co-Chairs: J.O. Besenhard and Y. Sasaki

14:00340 Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Partially Fluorinated Chain Carbonates - N. Nanbu, M. Takehara, N. Tsukimori, S. Watanabe (Tokyo Polytechnic University), M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.), and Y. Sasaki (Tokyo Polytechnic University)
14:20341 Molecular Simulations of Lithium and Anion Transport in Liquid Carbonate Electrolytes - D. Wheeler, G. Gessel, and A. Henrichsen (Brigham Young University)
14:40342 Ionics Liquids and Solid-state Lithium Metal Batteries - J.-H. Shin, W. Henderson, S. Scaccia, P.P. Prosini, and S. Passerini (ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technology, Energy and the Environment))
15:00343 Impurities Effect on Lithium Cycling Efficiency in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids (RTILs) Electrolytes - H. Sakaebe, H. Matsumoto, and K. Tatsumi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
15:20344 Organoboron Polymer Solid Electrolytes Derived from Hydroborane Monomers - N. Matsumi and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture&Technology)
15:40345 Synthesis of Hyper-Branched Macromonomer and Physical Property as Solid Polymer Electrolyte - M. Kikuta, M. Kono, A. Hatakeyama, E. Ishiko, and M. Nishiura (Dai-Ichi Kogyo Seiyaku Co., Ltd.)
16:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission

Tapa 2, Level 2, Tapa Convention Center


Co-Chairs: F. McLarnon and H. Yasuda

16:20346 Battery Performance using Solid Polymer Electrolyte having Hyper-Branched Structure - M. Kikuta, M. Kono, T. Higashizaki, E. Ishiko, and M. Nishiura (Dai-Ichi Kogyo Seiyaku Co., Ltd.)
16:40347 Inhibition of Lithium Dendrites in Composite Polymer Electrolytes Bbased on Mixed-Molecular Weight Polyethylene Oxides and Fumed Silica - X.-W. Zhang, Y. Li, S. Khan, and P. Fedkiw (North Carolina State University)
17:00348 Salt Effects on Ionic Conductivity and Electrochemical Properties of Polymer Electrolytes - X.-G. Sun and J.B. Kerr (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
17:20349 Temperature-Step Impedance Spectroscopy for Exchange Current Densities at Lithium/Polymer Interfaces - C. Monroe (University of California, Berkeley), K.H. Shin, Y. Han, J. Kerr (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. Newman (University of California, Berkeley)
17:40350 Solvent-free Composite PEO-ceramic-fiber-mat Electrolytes for Li-ion Batteries - C. Wang (Center for Manufacturing Research/Chemical Engineering Department), X. Zhang, and A.J. Appleby (Center for Electrochemical Systems and Hydrogen Research Texas A&M University)

Coral Lounge, Level 6, Mid Pacific Confernce Center

Wednesday Evening Poster Session (Anodes and Electrolytes)

Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and J. Yamaki

o351 Electrochemical Insertion of Lithium into Carbon Nanotubes and Silicon Composites - J. Eom, J. Park, and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute Science and Technology)
o352 Enhance the Capacity of Graphite for Lithium-ion Battery Anode by Ag Inlay and Carbon Coverage - J.-M. Chen, M.-H. Liu, Y.-R. Lin, J.-R. Zheng, and Q.-H. Peng (ITRI/MRL)
o353 Nano-Ag Embedded into Graphite Prepared by Mechanofusion and Hard Carbon Coating for High-Performance Anode Materials of Li-ion Batteries - J.-M. Chen, M.-H. Liu, Y.-R. Lin, J.-R. Zheng, and C.-H. Peng (ITRI/MRL)
o354 Aqueous Processing of Graphite Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries - Y.-M. Choi (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), K.-H. Kim, K.-M. Jeong (Samsung SDI), J.-H. Lee, and U. Paik (Hanyang University)
o355 Graphite vs. Lithium-Alloy Anodes in Lithium Ion Batteries - K. Zaghib, P. Charest, A. Guerfi (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec), and K. K inoshita (CTECH Research)
o356 Potential of Mesoporous SnO2 as Anode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium-ion Batteries - S. Koyama, T. Hyodo, Y. Shimizu, and M. Egashira (Nagasaki University)
o357 A Critical Size of SnO2 Nanoparticles for Li-Ion Cells - C. Kim (Seoul National University), M. Noh (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), M. Choi (Seoul National University), J. Cho (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), and B. Park (Seoul National University)
o358 Nano-structured SnO2 Anodes for Lithium- ion Batteries - L. Yuan, K. Konstantinov, Z. Zhao, G. Wang, and H. Liu (Institute of Superconducting & Electronic Materials)
o359 Evaluation of Si/C Composite as a LIB Anode Material - N. Dimov and M. Yoshio (Saga University)
o360 The Relative Effects of Composition and Diffusion in the Si-M (M = Mn, Fe, Cr, Ni) System. - M. Fleischauer and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
o361 Electrochemical Properties of Ternary Si-A-B Alloy Negatives for Li-ion Batteries - T. Hatchard and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
o362 Charge-discharge Mechanism of Lithium Cobalt Vanadium Oxide as a High Reversible Capacity Anode Material for Lithium-ion Cells - J. Shirakawa, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o363 Determination of Transport Properties of LiPF6 in Ethylene Carbonate –Ethyl Methyl Carbonate - E. Gunen (Illinois Institute of Technology), D. Dees (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
o364 Measurement of Activity Coefficients and Transference Numbers of Nonaqueous Electrolytes Using Anion-Reversible Electrodes - S. Stewart (University of California Berkeley), K. Thomas-Alyea (UTC Fuel Cells), and J. Newman (University of California Berkeley)
o365 Ion Transfer Between Lithium-ion Conductive Electrolytes under DC Polarization - F. Sagane, T. Abe, Y. Iriyama, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)
o366 Monitoring Electrolyte Reduction Mechanisms by Advanced Electrochemical in situ Methods - M.R. Wagner, J. Albering, P.R. Raimann, A. Trifonova, K.C. Moeller, J.O. Besenhard, and M. Winter (Graz University of Technology)
o367 Preparation of Gel Electrolyte using Self-assembling Diblockpolymer for Lithium Secondary Battery - H. Nara, M. Ueda (Waseda University), T. Momma (CREST, JST; Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Waseda University)
o368 Spin Coated Polymer Electrolyte for Solid State Thin Film Lithium Polymer Batteries - C.-H. Park, M. Park, S.-I. Yoo, and S.-K. Joo (Seoul National University)
o369 Mixed-Molecular Weight Nanocomposite Polymer Electrolytes - Y. Li, S. Khan, and P. Fedkiw (North Carolina State University)
o370 Preparation and Characterization of PMMA-PEO Based Copolymer Electrolyes - Z. Osman, A.K. Arof (University of Malaya), K.W. Chew (University of Multimedia), N. Osman, S.H. Sarijo, and N. Kamarulzaman (University Technology of MARA)
o371 A Study on Electrochemical Characteristics of DPEPA-Based Gel Polymer Electrolyte - H.-S. Kim, S.-I. Kim, S.-H. Na, S.-I. Moon (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute), and Y.-J. Kim (Saehan Enertech Co.)
o372 Charge-Discharge Electrochemical Properties of Li-Secondary Batteries with Nano-Structure-Controlled Solid Polymer Electrolyte (SPE) - M. Shimada, T. Niitani, K. Kawamura (Nippon Soda Co., Ltd.), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
o373 The Preparation and Characterization of a New ORMOSIL Membrane for Lithium Battery Applications - J. Kinder (NASA Glenn Research Center) and W. Bennett (QSS Group, Inc.)
o374 Synthesis of Novel Nano-Structure-Controlled Solid Polymer Electrolyte and its Battery Characteristics - T. Niitani, M. Shimada, M. Amaike, K. Kawamura (Nippon Soda Co., Ltd.), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
o375 Preparation of All-solid-state Thin Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries and their Electrochemical Properties - T. Kako, Y. Iriyama, T. Abe, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)
o376 Characteristics of Lithium Lanthanum Titanate Solid Electrolyte for All-solid-state Lithium Thin Film Battery - J.-K. Ahn and S.-G. Yoon (Chungnam National University)
o377 Effect of Cl Substitution on the Lithium Ion Conductivity of Lithium Indium Bromide - Y. Tomita, H. Matsushita, K. Kobayashi (Shizuoka University), and K. Yamada (Hiroshima University)
o378 A Study on Ion Transport Mechanism of Ionic Liquid for Lithium Secondary Battery Application - S.-Y. Lee, H.H. Yong, S.K. Kim (Battery R&D, LG Chem, Ltd), Y.J. Lee (Corportate R&D, LG Chem, Ltd), and S. Ahn (Battery R&D, LG Chem, Ltd)

Thursday, October 7, 2004

Tapa 2, Level 2, Tapa Convention Center

Electrolytes, Life and Reliability

Co-Chairs: D. Doughty and R. Kanno

08:00379 Novel Composite Electrolytes Using Single-Ion Conducting Fumed Silicas - X.-W. Zhang, S. Khan, and P. Fedkiw (North Carolina State University)
08:20380 All Solid-State Battery Using Inorganic Lithium Super Ion Conductor - R. Kanno, M. Murayama (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Inada (Denki Kagaku Kogyo K. K.), T. Kobayashi, K. Sakamoto, N. Sonoyama, A. Yamada (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and S. Kondo (Ion Engineering Research Institute Corporation)
08:40381 A Monte Carlo Model for Predicting Lithium Ion Battery Life and Reliability - M. Isaacson (Lockheed Martin Space Systems)
09:00382 Understanding the Graphite Failure Mechanism in Lithium-ion Batteries: a Multiple Technique Approach - M. Holzapfel, H. Buqa, A. Würsig (Paul Scherrer Institut), F. Krumeich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), B. Schmitt (Paul Scherrer Institut), M.E. Spahr (Timcal SA), J. Vetter, and P. Novak (Paul Scherrer Institut)
09:20383 Effect on Storage Characteristics of Mixing Li-Mn Spinel and Li-Ni-Co-Mn Oxide - H. Kitao, T. Fujihara, K. Takeda, N. Nakanishi, and T. Nohma (SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.)
09:40384 Reliability of Lithium-ion Cells using Lithium Iron Phosphate as Cathode Material - S. Nakanishi, T. Matsui, and H. Yoshizawa (Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.)
10:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission

Tapa 2, Level 2, Tapa Conference Center

Life, Reliability, and Safety

Co-Chairs: K. Striebel and Y. Kobayashi

10:20385 Calendar Life Studies of Li-ion Batteries for FCEVs - N. Kihira, Y. Mita, K. Takei, Y. Kobayashi, H. Miyashiro, K. Kumai, N. Terada, and T. Iwahori (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)
10:40386 Study on the Power Fade after Pulse Cycle Life Test for Cylindrical Li-ion Battery Cells with High Power-type - H. Kobayashi, S. Koike, M. Shikano, H. Sakaebe, and K. Tatsumi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
11:00387 Failure Mechanism Diagnosis of Lithium Ion Batteries - P. Liu, K. Kirby, and E. Sherman (HRL Laboratories, LLC)
11:20388 Electrochemical Degradation of Carbon in Composite Cathodes for Li-ion Cells - R. Kostecki, S.-K. Jeong, J. Lei, X. Song, V. Zhuang, K. Striebel, and F. McLarnon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
11:40389 Investigations of the Exothermic Reactions of Natural Graphite Anode for Li-ion Batteries during Thermal Runaway - H. Yang, H. Bang (Illinois Institute of Technology), K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Striebel (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
12:00390 Thermal Srability of Lithium Magnesium Cobalt Oxides for High Safety Lithium-ion Batteries - H. Yoshizawa, M. Nagayama, and T. Matsui (Matushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.)


Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and J. Yamaki

14:00391 Ovecharge Abuse Response of 18650 Li-Ion Cells - E.P. Roth and D. Doughty (Sandia National Laboratories)
14:20392 Overcharge Protection for High Voltage Lithium Batteries - T. Richardson and G. Chen (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
14:40393 Source of Thermal Reactivity at the Postive and Negative Electrode in Lithium Batteries - K. Amine, I. Belharouak, Y.-E. Hyung, G.L. Henriksen (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
15:00394 High-Power Li-ion Cells for Passive Thermal Management and Failsafe Operation - T. Kaun (InvenTek Corporation), H. Joachin, and J. Prakash (Ill. Inst. of Tech.)
15:20395 Novel Electrolyte Additives for Over Charge Protection at Low Current - H. Wang, H. Mao, and J. Kaschmitter (SpectraPower, Inc.)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission


Co-Chairs: T. Abe and J. Yamaki

16:00396 Advanced Secondary Lithium Batteries with Superior Saftey Characteristics - B. Dixon, R.S. Morris, and B. Gall (Phoenix Innovation, Inc.)
16:20397 Secondary Battery Electrolyte Safety - B. Dixon, R.S. Morris, and B. Gall (Phoenix Innovation, Inc.)
16:40398 Performance, Safety and Cost of Li-Ion Polymer Battery using LiFePO4 as Cathode Material - K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec), K. Striebel, R. Kostecki (Environmental Energy Technologies Division,), P. Charest, and A. Guerfi (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec)
17:00399 Storage Characteristics of Li-Ion Batteries for NASA Missions - R. Bugga, K. Chin, and M. Smart (Jet Propulsion Lab)

Coral Lounge, Level 6, Mid Pacific Conference Center

Thursday Evening Poster Session (Cathodes, Life, Reliability, Safety, and Cell Performance)

Co-Chairs: Z. Ogumi and J. Yamaki

o400 Self-discharge Study of LiCoO2 and LiMn2O4 Cathodes - Y. Ozawa (California Institute of Technology), R. Yazami (CNRS-UMR 5631), and B. Fultz (California Institute of Technology)
o401 Preparation and Its Electrochemical Properties of LixMnO2 Material - Y.-S. Lee, S.-J. Cho (Chonnam National University), and M. Yoshio (Saga university)
o402 Preparation of LiMn2O4 Thin-Film Electrode with High Electrochemical Performance by the Oxygen Plasma-Assisted Sol-Gel Method - T. Fukutsuka, K. Sakamoto, Y. Matsuo, Y. Sugie (Graduate School of Engineering, University of Hyogo), T. Abe, and Z. Ogumi (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University)
o403 Microstructure and Electrochemical Properties of LBO-coated Li-Excess Li_1+xMn2O4 Cathode Material at Elevated Temperature for Lithium Ion Battery - H.-W. Chan, J.-G. Duh (National Tsing Hua University), and S.-R. Sheen (Coremax Taiwan Corporation)
o404 Improvement of Electrode Performance of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 for 5 V Cathode Material by Optimizing Preparation Conditions - W.T. Jeong, S.H. Oh, W.I. Cho, and B.W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
o405 Charge-Transfer Reaction Rate at the LiMn_2O4 Spinel Oxide Cathode / Electrolyte Interface - T. Furushita, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o406 Development of Combinatorial Technique using Electrostatic Spray Deposition Method - K. Takeda, T. Furushita, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o407 Nano Crystalline Manganese Spinel LiMn2O4 Prepared by Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis - S.-H. Park, S.-W. Oh, and Y.-K. Sun (Hanyang University)
o408 Comparison of the Entropy of Reaction in Li1+xMn2-xO4 Having Different Ratio of Li/Mn - Y.-S. Lin and J. Reimers (E-One Moli Energy (Canada) Ltd.)
o409 Elechtrochemical and X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy Studies of d Metal Oxide Nanosheets - Y. Kadoma, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
o410 Characterization of SnOx-Coated Lithium Manganese Oxide Thin Film - H.-S. Moon, J.-H. Lee, Y.-J. Kim, and J.-W. Park (Hanyang University)
o411 Nanoparticle Iron-Phosphate Anode with a New Crystal Structure for a Li-Ion Battery - D. Son (College of Engineering, Seoul National University), E. Kim (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), T.-G. Kim (College of Engineering, Seoul National University), J. Cho (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), and B. Park (College of Engineering, Seoul National University)
o412 LiFePO4 Cathode Made by Novel Water Soluble Elastomer for Low Cost Li-ion Batteries - A. Guerfi, P. Charest (Hydro-Québec), H. Mori, M. Kaneko (Zeon Corporation), and K. Zaghib (Hydro-Québec)
o413 Influence of Addition of VGCF on LiFePO4 Cathode Materials in Li-ion Batteries - C. Jin-Ming, L. Mao-Huang, and C. Chin-Cheng (Industrial Technology Research Institute)
o414 Ionic Conductivity of Phospho-Olivine Compounds Measured by AC Impedance Spectroscopy - C. Yada, Y. Iriyama, T. Abe, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)
o415 New Mixing Method to Prepare Li4Ti5O12 Material: Structure and Electrochemical Performance - A. Guerfi, P. Charest, and K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec)
o416 High Temperature Synthesis of Birnessite Type Manganese Dioxides Doped with Cobalt for Rechargeable Li Batteries - A. Ogata, S. Komaba, T. Sasaki, and N. Kumagai (Iwate University)
o417 Investigation of the Electrochemical Properties of Vanadium-based Oxides for Thin Film Electrodes - Y.-S. Kim, H.-J. Ahn, and T.-Y. Seong (Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (GIST))
o418 Effect of Silica Nanoparticles on Aluminum Corrosion - Y. Li, F. Azeez, X.-W. Zhang, P. Fedkiw, and S. Khan (North Carolina State University)
o419 Carbon Bismuth Oxyfluoride Nanocomposites as Cathode Material for Lithium Battery - M. Bervas, L. Klein, and G. Amatucci (Rutgers University)
o420 Modeling Cycle Life of A Rechargeable Li-ion Battery: Theory - G. Ning and B. Popov (University of South Carolina)
o421 Investigation of the Species Responsible for the Dramatic Capacity Fade Improvement Caused by the Addition of Fullerene Soot to Li-ion Anodes - R. Doe, L. Rendek, and M. Wagner (The George Washington University)
o422 Calendar Life Studies on Lithium-Ion Pouch Cells - R.P. Ramasamy, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina)
o423 Inestigation on Performance-Degradation Mechanism of Lithium-Ion Cells Simulated Low-Earth-Orbit Satellite Operation by Using Instruments Analysis - X. Wang, C. Yamada, H. Naito, and S. Kuwajima (Tsukuba Space Center)
o424 Self-Discharge Analysis of LiCoO2 for Lithium Batteries - S.H. Choi, J. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and Y.S. Yoon (Konkuk University)
o425 Thermostability of LixFePO4 - J. Dodd, R. Yazami, and B. Fultz (California Institute of Technology)
o426 Improved Thermal Stability of LiCoO2 and LiNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Cathodes in the EC-based Electrolyte with Phosphazene-type Additives - Q. Zhang, H. Noguchi, B. Deng, M. Yoshio (Saga University), and M. Otsuki (Bridgestone Corporation)
o427 Thermal Stability of LiXCoO2 Cathode in Li-ion Cells - N. Katayama, I. Watanabe, and J.-I. Yamaki (Kyushu University)
o428 Heat Generation of Lithium-ion Batteries in High Rate Charge and Discharge - Y. Saito (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o429 Thermal Stability and Electrochemical Properties of Electrodes in Ionic Liquid Electrolyte for Lithium Batteries - M. Nakagawa, M. Egashira, I. Watanabe, S. Okada, and J.-I. Yamaki (Kyushu University)
o430 New Flame-retardant Additives For Lithium Batteries - M. Otsuki and T. Ogino (Bridgestone Corp)
o431 Microelectronically Fabricated LiCoO_2/SiO2/Polysilicon Cells - N. Ariel, G. Ceder, D. Sadoway, and E. Fitzgerald (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
o432 Pulse Charging Model to Rapidly Charge Lithium Ion Battery - B. Purushothaman and U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University)
o433 High Power Thick-Film Lithium-Ion Microbattery For Powering Autonomous Microsensor Systems - Q. Lin and J. Harb (Brigham Young University)
o434 Self-Organizing Electrochemical Devices via Particle Phase Separation - S. Tobias, J. Giocondi, D.-W. Kim, D. Moorehead (Massachusetts Insitute of Technology), S.-Y. Chung (Inha University), and Y.-M. Chiang (Massachusetts Insitute of Technology)
o435 Organic Radical Battery - K. Nakahara, J. Iriyama, S. Iwasa, M. Suguro, and M. Satoh (NEC Corporation)
o436 Elucidation of Electrochemical Characteristics of Room-Temperature Li/FeS$_2} Batteries - J.-W. Choi, J.-K. Kim, J.-H. Ahn, J.-U. Kim, H.-J. Ahn, T.-H. Nam, K.-W. Kim, K.-K. Cho, and K.-B. Cho (Gyeongsang National University)
o437 Fabrication and Characterization of LiCoO2 Battery-Supercapacitor Combination for High-Pulse Power System - S.H. Choi, J. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and Y.S. Yoon (Konkuk University)
o438 Towards Safe, Low Cost and Sustainable Lithium Ion Polymer Batteries. - P. Reale, S. Panero, B. Scrosati (University of Rome, La Sapienza), J. Garche, P. Axmann, M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, and M. Wachtler (ZSW)

Friday, October 8, 2004

Tapa 2, Level 2, Tapa Conference Center


Co-Chairs: E. Cairns and M. Broussely

08:00439 Performance Characteristics of Sandia Built 18650 Li-Ion Cells - B. Sanchez, G. Nagasubramanian, and E. Roth (Sandia National Laboratories)
08:20440 Improved Rate Properties of Li-ion Battery Consisting of ZrO2 Modified Graphite Anode and Substituted Spinel Cathode - I. Kottegoda, Y. Kadoma, H. Ikuta, Y. Uchimoto, and M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
08:40441 Study of a High-Power Lithium-ion Battery - K. Watanabe, M. Nagayama, Y. Ohsawa, K. Nemoto, T. Saito, T. Abe, T. Ogawa, H. Horie, M. Kawai, and H. Sugawara (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.,)
09:00442 Charge Efficiency and Self-Discharge Study in Rechargeable Li/S Batteries - Y. Mikhaylik and J. Akridge (Sion Power Corporation)
09:20443 380 Wh/kg Rechargeable Li/S Batteries Operating at 90% of Sulfur Utilization - Y. Mikhaylik and J. Akridge (Sion Power Corporation)
09:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission


Co-Chairs: J. Newman, B.Y. Liaw, and S. Okada

10:00444 Microstructural Modeling and Design of Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries - E. Garcia (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Y.-M. Chiang, and W.C. Carter (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
10:20445 C-MEMS Technology for Li Ion Microbatteries - C. Wang, L. Taherabadi, C. Wang, H. Xu, R. Zaouk, M. Madou (University of California, Irvine), Y. Yeh, and B. Dunn (University of California, Los Angeles)
10:40446 Modeling Volume Expansion in Lithium-Ion Batteries - P. Gomadam and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)
11:00447 Live Simulations of Li-ion Cells: An Educational and a Design Tool - L.O. Valoen and J. Reimers (E-One Moli Energy (Canada) Limited)
11:20448 Electrochemical Impedance and NMR Studies of Lithium Ion Batteries - M. Kerlau, E. Cairns, and J. Reimer (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
11:40449 High-Capacity Lithium Polymer Batteries Prepared by Ceramic Electrolyte Coating LiCoO2 - Y. Kobayahsi, S. Seki (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), M. Tabuchi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), A. Yamanaka, Y. Mita, and H. Miyashiro (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)
12:00450 Development of Novel Ni0.8Co0.2OOH0.43Li0.57·Lix / C System Li-ion Cells - M. Yasutomi, T. Tabuchi, H. Yasuda, and M. Yamachi (Japan Storage Battery Co., Ltd.)


Co-Chairs: M. Imanishi and J. Christophersen

14:00451 Solid State Battery with FeS Anode - B.-C. Kim, L. Zhang, N. Ohta, Y. Seino, K. Takada (National Institute for Material Science), and T. Sasaki (CREST, Japan Science and Technology Agency)
14:20452 Recent Development of ENEA Lithium Battery Project - G.B. Appetecchi, J.-H. Shin, F. Alessandrini, and S. Passerini (ENEA (Italian Agency for New Technology, Energy and the Environment))
14:40453 Is Li-ion Technology Branching Out? - G. Thomas (Motorola Inc.)
15:00454 NMR Studies of SEI Formation in Cycled and Stored LiCoO_2 Cathodes and MCMB Anodes. - B. Meyer, N. Leifer, S. Greenbaum (Hunter College of CUNY), and C. Grey (SUNY @ Stony Brook)
15:20455 High Energy Density Gel Polymer Battery for Military Applications - M. Gordon, Z. Pi, and X. Zhang (Ultralife Batteries, Inc.)
15:40456 Impact of Reference Performance Tests on Li-Ion Cell Performance - J. Christophersen, K. Gering, C. Motloch, and C. Ho (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory)
16:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission


Co-Chairs: H. Sakaebe and S. Ahn

16:20457 Developments in Li-ion Microbatteries: Fabrication and Packaging - A. Stux, J. Pietron, and K. Swider-Lyons (Naval Research Laboratory)
16:40458 “Separator-less” Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries Fabricated By Electrophoretic Assembly - D.-W. Kim, S. Tobias, J. Giocondi, and Y.-M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
17:00459 Assessing Low-temperature Performance in Lithium-ion Cells using Discharge Data and an Electrolyte Model Based on Chemical Physics and Ion Solvation - K. Gering and J. Christophersen (INEEL)
17:20460 Simulation of the Temperature Dependence of Li-Ion Cell Performance - R. Spotnitz, G. Yeduvaka, J. Weaver (Battery Design Co.), and J. Fan (Gold Peak Battery Technologies)
17:40461 Lithium Ion Batteries Based on Polymer Modified V_2O5 Cathode Materials - K. White, Q. Horn, A. Newman, E. Salley, and J. Lennhoff (Physical Sciences Inc.)