208th ECS Meeting - Los Angeles, California

October 16 - October 21, 2005

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

D2 - Rechargeable Lithium and Lithium-Ion Batteries

Battery/Energy Technology

 

Monday, October 17, 2005

San Diego, Level 2

Opening Session

Co-Chairs: D. Scherson & M.S. Whittingham
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 103 Plenary Address- New Types of Rechargeable Lithium and Lithium-ion Polymer Batteries B. Scrosati (University of Rome)
10:45 104 Battery Research Award Address-The Compositional and Structural Design of Lithium Battery Electrodes: Recollections- Past to Present M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory)
11:30 105 Towards Electromechanical Actuation Using Electrochemical Storage Compounds Y. Chiang (MIT), S. Hall (M.I.T.), Y. Koyama (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), K. Song, T. Chin, U. Rhyner, D. Sapnaras and F. Tubilla (M.I.T.)
 

Cathodes

Co-Chairs: J. Dahn & E. Cairns
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 106 Application of Manganese Nickel Cobalt Materials in Commercial Li-Ion Cells K. Eberman (3M Company)
14:30 107 Lithium Insertion Material of LiCo1/3Ni1/3Mn1/3O2 for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries N. Yabuuchi and T. Ohzuku (Osaka City University (OCU))
14:50 108 Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of F-doped Li[NixCo1-2xMnx-yMgy]O2 materials via Coprecipitation Y. Sun (Hanyang University)
15:10 109 Effect of Excess Lithium on Power and Cycleability of Li1+x(Ni1/3Co1/3 Mn1/3)O2+y J. Liu (Argonne National Lab.), I. Belharouak and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
15:30 110 Influence of Synthesis Temperature on the Crystal Chemistry of Layered Li1-xNi1-y-zMnyCoz02 A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) and J. Choi (University of Texas)
15:50 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 
Co-Chairs: A. Manthiram & T. Ohzuku
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
16:10 111 Effect of Ti on Structure and Electrochemical Properties of LiNi0.5Mn0.5-xTixO2 Synthesized by Emulsion Drying Method N. Kumagai (Iwate University), S. Myung (VK Coporation) and S. Komaba (Science University of Tokyo)
16:40 112 Synthesis and Study of Nanostructured LixMn1.5Ni0.5O4 4.7 V Spinels M. Kunduraci (Rutgers,The State University of New Jersey), F. Badway and G. G. Amatucci (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey)
17:00 113 Coating Technologies of the Cathode Materials in Li-ion Batteries: Past, Current, and Future J. Cho (Kumoh National Institute of Technology)
17:20 114 Microwave Plasma-Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition of Conductive Carbon Coatings on Cathode Active Materials for Li-ion Batteries M. Marcinek and R. Kostecki (LBNL)
17:40 115 Carbon-Fiber Containing LiFePO4 Cathodes for High-Power Applications V. Mathur, I. Thorat, D. Wheeler and J. Harb (Brigham Young University)
 

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

San Diego, Level 2

Anodes

Co-Chairs: R. Yazami & J. Vaughey
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
08:00 116 TiO2-B Nanotubes and Nanowires and Possible Anodes for Li-ion Batteries P. Bruce, R. Armstrong and G. Armstrong (University of St. Andrews)
08:20 117 New Titanium Oxyphosphate Material for Lithium Batteries I. Belharouak, M. Balasubramanian, D. Abraham and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
08:40 118 Preparation of Nano-sized Negative Electrode Materials by a Spray Pyrolysis Method Z. Ogumi, T. Doi, T. Abe and Y. Iriyama (Kyoto University)
09:00 119 Modification of the Electrochemical Behavior of Carbon Nanofibers for Lithium-ion Batteries by Impregnation, and Thermal and Hydrothermal Treatments J. L. Tirado, P. Lavela and R. Alcantara (Universidad de Cordoba)
09:20 120 SiCN-coated Graphite as Anode Material for Lithium Batteries R. Kolb, V. Liebau-Kunzmann, C. Fasel and R. Riedel (Technical University Darmstadt)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 
Co-Chairs: P. Bruce & J. Cho
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 121 Electron Microscopy Contributions to the Characterization and Performance Improvement of Anode and Cathode Active Materials in the Design of Better Lithium Ion Batteries L. Dupont, S. Grugeon (UPJV & UMR CNRS 6007), S. Laruelle (UMR CNRS 6007), A. Debart (University of St Andrews), M. Morcrette (UPJV & UMR CNRS 6007) and J. Tarascon (UMR CNRS 6007)
10:30 122 Phenomenological Model for the Capacity of Sputtered Si-Al-M (M = Cr, Fe, Mn, Ni) Thin Film Negative Electrodes M. Fleischauer and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
10:50 123 Modeling Self Discharge Capacity Loss of the Anode in a Lithium ion Cell R. Ramasamy and B. N. Popov (University of South Carolina)
11:10 124 Structural and Electrochemical Properties of a-Si Alloyed with Sn, Zn or Ag T. D. Hatchard (University of Alberta) and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
11:30 125 The Role of Carbon Paper as Current Collector-Substrate in Tin-Based Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries C. Arbizzani, S. Beninati and M. Mastragostino (University of Bologna)
11:50 126 Pre-lithiation Reactions of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes J. Vaughey, C. S. Johnson and M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory)
 

Cathodes

Co-Chairs: G. Ceder & Y. Shao-Horn
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 127 Local Electronic Structure of Layered LixNi0.33Mn0.33Co0.33O2 B. Fultz, S. Miao (Caltech), M. Kocher, P. Rez (Arizona State Univ.), Y. Ozawa, R. Yazami and C. Ahn (Caltech)
14:30 128 Does Ni Change its Charge State in Lix(Ni0.5 Mn0.5)O2 Cathode Materials ? P. Rez and M. Kocher (Arizona State University)
14:50 129 Investigation of the Charge Compensation Mechanism on the Lithium Transition Metal Oxide Electrode during Li-ion deintercalation by Soft X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy W. Yoon, K. Chung, X. Yang and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Lab.)
15:10 130 Processing Conditions, Structure and Electrochemical Performance of Layered O3 LiNi0.5Mn0.5O2 S. Kumar, Y. S. Meng, G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), C. Grey, J. Breger (State University of New York at Stony Brook) and Y. Shao-Horn (MIT)
15:30 131 In situ-XRD of Highly Charged and Discharged LixNi0.8Co0.2O2 (x close to 0) K. M. Nikolowski, N. Bramnik (Darmstadt University of Technology), C. Baehtz (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron DESY, Hamburg), H. Ehrenberg and H. Fuess (Darmstadt University of Technology)
15:50 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 
Co-Chairs: X.Q. Yang & K. Amine
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
16:10 132 Phase Diagram of LixFePO4 J. L. Dodd, B. Fultz and R. Yazami (Caltech)
16:40 133 Morphological Optimization of LiFePO4 for High Rate Applications J. Treger, P. Onnerud, K. E. Thomas-Alyea and D. Novikov (TIAX)
17:00 134 Synchrotron Based In Situ X-ray Diffraction Studies on LiFePO4 during Lithium Extraction/Insertion K. Chung, W. Yoon, J. McBreen, H. Lee and X. Yang (Brookhaven National Lab.)
17:20 135 The Electronic Properties of Chemically Delithiated LiFePO4 C. M. Julien (University P et M Curie), J. L. Dodd (Caltech), A. Ait Salah (INSP), A. Mauger, F. Gendron (UPMC), B. Fultz and R. Yazami (Caltech)
17:40 136 Effect of Surface Carbon Content in LiFePO4/C Composite Electrodes Prepared by Spark-Plasma-Sintering Process T. Takeuchi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), M. Tabuchi (National Institute of AIST), K. Ado and K. Tatsumi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
 

Pasadena, Lower Lobby Level

Tuesday Evening Poster Session - Cathodes

Co-Chairs: M.M. Thackeray, K. Edstrom, & R. Kostecki
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 137 Thermal and Structural Stability of Li1+xNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 Advanced Cathode I. Belharouak, W. Lu, D. Vissers and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
o 138 Characterization of LiCoO2 Coating and In-situ XAS on Li1.05Ni0.35Co0.25Mn0.4O2 Cathode Material E. J. Cairns, A. Deb (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and U. Bergmann (Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory)
o 139 Electrochemical Analysis and Characterization of Layered-Spinel Composite Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries C. S. Johnson, S. Odeen, J. Vaughey, M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Breger and C. Grey (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
o 140 Electrochemical Properties of Li(Ni1/3Co1/3Mn1/3)O2 Synthesized by Hydrothermal Process J. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and H. Kwon (KAIST)
o 141 Structure Changes of LiNi0.6Co0.25Mn0.15O2 Cathode Materials during Cycling P. Liao, J. Duh (National Tsing Hua University) and S. Sheen (Academia Sinica)
o 142 Lithium De-intercalation Mechanism in LiNi0.5Mn0.5O2 Y. Shao-Horn (MIT), S. Kumar, Y. S. Meng, G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), C. Grey and J. Breger (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
o 143 Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxides for Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries K. Ariyoshi, Y. Makimura (Osaka City University) and T. Ohzuku (Osaka City University (OCU))
o 144 Isolating the O1 CoO2 Phase R. Yazami (Caltech), Y. Ozawa (Caltech-CNRS), S. Miao, B. Fultz (Caltech) and H. Gabrisch (University of New Orleans)
o 145 Structure Evolution of the 12 V Overcharged Bare and Coated LixCoO2 Cathodes J. Cho, Y. Kim, H. Lee (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), N. Shin (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Y. Kim, Y. Kim (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), C. Yoon (Hanyang Univeristy) and H. Lee (Kumoh National Institute of Technology)
o 146 Sugar Combustion Synthesis for Cathode Materials of the Lithium Secondary Battery S. Yi (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), G. Kim, J. Yoo (KAIST), H. Chung (Dongshin University) and H. Kim (KAIST)
o 147 7Li NMR and Microstructure Study on LiCoO2 Nanoparticles H. Chen (SUNY-Stony Brook) and C. Grey (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
o 148 Capacity Fade of Li1+xMn2O4/C Lithium-Ion Batteries Z. Chen and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
o 149 A Comparative Study of AC Impedance Spectroscopic Studies on LiMVO4 (M: Ni, Co) M. S. Bhuvaneswari, S. Subramanian and G. Gurusamy (Bharathiar University)
o 150 Correlation Between Structural and Electrochemical Properties Spinel LIMN2O4 Synthesizes Based on Chemical Manganese Dioxide E. M. Shembel, P. Novak (Ener1), I. Maksuta (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), V. Maslov, V. Pisny, N. Globa (Ener1) and L. Neduzko (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University)
o 151 In situ Synchrotron X-ray in Copper Manganese Oxide Spinel Cathode Material for Li-ion Batteries H. Chan, J. Duh (National Tsing Hua University) and S. Sheen (Academia Sinica)
o 152 A Novel Method to Improve Cycling Performance of LiMn2O4 Cathode Y. Xu, X. Li, L. Zhang, J. Wang and X. Du (Xi'an Jiaotong University)
o 153 Hydrothermal Synthesis of LiFePO4 under Inert Atmosphere K. Dokko, K. Shraishi, S. Koizumi and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
o 154 Towards a High-Rate LiFePO4 Electrode J. Wilcox and M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)
o 155 Electrochemial Performance of LiFePO4 Olivine Cathode with Compositional and Surface Modifications T. Nakamura (University of Hyogo), M. Tabuchi (National Institute of AIST), Y. Miwa and Y. Yamada (University of Hyogo)
o 156 Electrolytes for Operation of Li/LiFePO4 Cell in Wide Temperature Range S. Zhang, K. Xu, J. Allen and T. Jow (U.S. Army Research Lab)
o 157 The Capacity Loss Mechanism in the LiFePO4/Fe2P Cathode System B. Kang, G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and K. Kang (MIT)
o 158 Mixed Conducting Nanocomposites: Enabling the Electrochemical Properties of CuF2 G. G. Amatucci, F. Badway (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey), J. Al-Sharab, N. Pereira and F. Cosandey (Rutgers University)
o 159 Investigating Stability and Intercalation of Semiconductor Crystalline Materials as Cathode for Rechargeable Batteries A. A. El-Meligi (National Research Centre)
o 160 High-density Positive Electrodes Containing Carbon Nanotubes as a Conducting Agent for Lithium Ion Cell K. Sheem, Y. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University) and H. Lim (Samsung SDI Corporate R&D Center, Energy Lab.)
o 161 Electronic Properties of LiFeP04 and Li Doped LiFeP0e V. V. Zhuang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), J. Allen (U.S. Army Research Lab), P. Ross Jr., J. Guo and T. Jow (University of California)
 

Tuesday Evening Poster Session- Anodes

Co-Chairs: M. M. Thackeray, K. Edstrom, & R. Kostecki
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 162 Aging Behavior of Carbonaceous Anodes at Elevated Temperature Z. Chen, W. Lu and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
o 163 Characterization of Graphite Anodes at Low Temperature by Pulse Power Testing and FTIR Spectroscopy H. Yang (LBNL), V. V. Zhuang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) and P. Ross (LBNL)
o 164 Graphitic Li-Ion Negative Electrodes Blended with Fullerene Soot M. J. Erickson, R. Doe (The George Washington University), L. Rendek (Harris Corporation) and M. Wagner (The George Washington University)
o 165 Effect of the Shape of Graphite Powders on Active Surface Area H. Satou (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.), T. Kamada (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation) and M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Scinence and Technology Research Center, Inc.)
o 166 Charge of Graphite Electrode at Low Temperatures Down to -60 Degrees Celsius C. Siret, C. Tessier and P. Biensan (SAFT)
o 167 A Sub-fluorinated Graphite Electrode for High Rate Capability Lithium Batteries R. Yazami (Caltech), K. Lam (Quallion) and A. Hamwi (Universite Blaise Pascal Clermont-Ferrand)
o 168 Monitoring decomposition of solvated graphite intercalation compounds by on-line and in situ methods E. A. Lanzer (Technical University Graz), R. Wagner, P. R. Raimann, K. Moeller, M. Winter (TU Graz) and J. Besenhard (Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials)
o 169 The Electrolyte Decomposition Reactions on Hard Carbon and Graphite are Different P. R. Raimann, R. Wagner (TU Graz), E. A. Lanzer (Technical University Graz), K. Moeller, M. Winter (TU Graz) and J. Besenhard (Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials)
o 170 Characterization of the SEI Formed on Graphite Using Synchrotron PES I. K. Baglien (Materials Chemistry), M. Hedlund, H. Rensmo, H. Siegbahn (Department of Physics) and K. Edstrom (Materials Chemistry)
o 171 Si-Graphite Composite as a New Anode Material for Lithium Secondary Batteries K. Lee, O. Kwon, Y. Lee, W. Chang, K. Kim and S. Lee (LG Chemical)
o 172 Sn-C Composite Electrodeposition for Anode Material of Li-ion Battery J. Park, S. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and H. Kwon (KAIST)
o 173 Synthesis of Sn-Caron Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries E. Huang, J. Chen, C. Hsieh and P. Lo (itri)
o 174 Effect of Capping Agents in Sn Particles on Electrochemical Properties Y. Kwon (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), M. Kim (Beamline Research Division, Pohang, Korea), Y. Kim and J. Cho (Kumoh National Institute of Technology)
o 175 La3Ni2Sn7 Ternary Intermetallic Phase as Anode Materials for Li-ion Battery S. Matsuno, T. Kohno, N. Takami (TOSHIBA CORPORATION), F. Kawashima and T. Sawa (Toshiba Materials Co., Ltd)
o 176 The Electrochemical Reaction of the Si(1-x)Zn(x) Binary System with Li T. D. Hatchard (University of Alberta) and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
o 177 Thin Film Cu6Sn5 Electrodes Prepared by RF Sputtering for Li-ion Batteries I. Kim, O. Auciello and J. Vaughey (Argonne National Laboratory)
o 178 Electrochemical Lithium Insertion in Zn3P2 Zinc Phosphide F. Favier, M. Bichat, J. Pascal (LAMMI UMR 5072 CNRS UM2), F. Gillot (LRCS Univ. Jules Verne, Amiens) and L. Monconduit (LAMMI UMR 5072 CNRS UM2)
o 179 The Influence of SBR on the Recycling Performances of Co3O4 Negative Electrode in Lithium -Ion Batteries W. Yu (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics,China), J. Qian and S. Zhang (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics)
o 180 Electrode Reactions in Lithium-ion Batteries T. Ogasawara, A. Debart and P. Bruce (University of St Andrews)
 

Tuesday Evening Poster Session- Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: M.M. Thackeray, K. Edstrom, & R. Kostecki
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 181 Cyclic Quaternary Ammonium Ionic Liquids with Perfluoroalkyltrifluoroborate Z. Zhou, H. Matsumoto and K. Tatsumi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o 182 A Study of Electrochemical Reduction of Ethylene and Propylene Carbonate Electrolytes on Graphite Using ATR-FTIR Spectroscopy V. V. Zhuang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), H. Yang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), B. Blizanac and P. Ross (LBNL)
o 183 Thermal Studies of LiPF6 and LiPF6 Based Electrolytes by on-line TGA- FTIR H. Yang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), V. V. Zhuang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) and P. Ross (LBNL)
o 184 Nanocomposite Gel Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries Y. Li (North Carolina State University), S. Khan (NCSU) and P. S. Fedkiw (NC State University)
o 185 Non-Ideal Redox Shuttles: Anisole and 10-Acetylphenothiazine L. M. Moshurchak (Dalhousie University), C. Buhrmester (Dept. of Physics, Dalhousie University) and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)
o 186 Enhanced Ion Transport in Ordered Polymer Electrolytes Cast Under Magnetic Field R. Kovarsky, E. Livshits and D. Golodnitsky (Tel Aviv University)
o 187 Do PC and EC Differ in Their Surface Chemistry on Graphitic Anode? K. Xu, S. Zhang and R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Lab)
o 188 Effect of Passivation Films on Cathode and Anode Charged in Siloxane-based Electrolyte M. Tanaka, H. Nakahara, S. Yoon, H. Tsukamoto (Quallion LLC) and S. Nutt (University of Southern California)
o 189 New Electrolyte Additive for Lithium Rechargeable Battery Y. Ryu, J. Choi, S. Lee and S. Doo (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)
o 190 The Effect of Dimethyl Methanedisulfonate as Additive to Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries Y. Kusachi, T. Kato, H. Ishikawa and K. Utsugi (NEC Corporation)
o 191 Nonvolatile Additives Based on Ionic Liquids Including Carbonate Structure for Graphite Anode H. Matsumoto, H. Sakaebe and K. Tatsumi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o 192 Novel Coated Separator with Poly(ethylene glycol)Borate Ester for Lithium Secondary Batteries J. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Y. Lee (KAIST), J. Lee and J. Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
o 193 Characteristics of LLT Thin Film as Electrolyte of Li Secondary Battery Deposited by Sputtering Method M. Park, H. Jung and S. Joo (Seoul National University)
o 194 Improvement of Electrochemical Cycleability with Fluoroethylene Carbonate for Li-ion Battery Electrolytes C. Lee, S. Moon, H. Kim (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute), Y. Kim and B. Kim (Techno Semichem)
 

Tuesday Evening Poster Session- Miscellaneous

Co-Chairs: M. M. Thackeray, K. Edstrom, & R. Kostecki
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 195 Resistance Growth In Lithium Ion Satellite Cells. II. Electrode Characterization After Cell Wear Out J. C. Hall, A. Schoen, A. Powers (Boeing Company), K. Kirby, P. Liu (HRL Laboratories, LLC), P. Biensan and F. Bonhomme (SAFT)
o 196 The Inhibition of Dendrites Using Bipolar Pulse Current for Charge Lithium Electrode Z. Jiang, L. Chen, X. Li and Q. Zhao (Fudan University)
o 197 Use of New Boundary Condition in Predicting the Electrochemical Behavior of Porous Electrodes V. R. Subramanian, K. Potukuchi and V. D. Diwakar (Tennessee Technological University)
o 198 Surface Study of Positive Electrodes of Degraded Lithium-Ion Batteries by FT-IR M. K. Rahman and Y. Saito (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST))
o 199 Mechanical and Electromechanical Characterization of Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries T. Chin, U. Rhyner (M.I.T.), Y. Koyama (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Y. Chiang (MIT)
o 200 Intrinsic Electrochemical Actuation Properties of Graphite for Applications in Electromechanical Actuators Y. Koyama (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Y. Chiang (MIT)
o 201 Surface Stabilized Amorphous Germanium Nanoparticle for Lithium Storage Material H. Lee (Kumoh National Institute of Technology), M. Kim (Beamline Research Division, Pohang, Korea), C. Choi (Kyungpook National University, Taegu, Korea) and J. Cho (Kumoh National Institute of Technology)
o 202 Electrochemical Entropymetry: A New Tool for Characterizing the Degree of Graphitization in Carbonaceous Materials R. Yazami (Caltech), Y. Reynier and B. Fultz (CNRS)
 

Tuesday Evening Poster Session - Batteries

Co-Chairs: M.M. Thackeray, K. Edstrom, & R. Kostecki
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 203 Synthesis of Phosphorous Sulfide Solid Electrolyte and All-Solid-state Lithium Batteries with Graphite Electrode Y. Seino (Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd), K. Takada, B. Kim, N. Ohta, L. Zhang, H. Wada and M. Osada (Advanced Materials Laboratory, National Institute for Materials Science)
o 204 High Power Organic Radical Battery for Emergency Power Source M. Satoh, K. Nakahara, J. Iriyama, S. Iwasa and M. Suguro (NEC)
o 205 All Solid State Thin Film Lithium Polymer Batteries Using Spin Coated Polymer Electrolytes C. Park, M. Park, S. Yoo and S. Joo (Seoul National University)
o 206 Electrochemical Performance of Li/S Batteries with Vapor Grown Carbon Fibers(VGCFs) K. Kim, Y. Choi (Gyeongsang National university), H. Ahn (Gyeonsang National University), J. Ahn and K. Cho (Gyeongsang National University)
o 207 Reliability of Lithium Secondary Batteries S. Eom, C. Lee, S. Moon and M. Yun (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute)
o 208 Silver and Vanadium Deposition on Lithium Anode in Li/SVO Primary Batteries H. Yumoto (Quallion LLC.), T. Piao, H. Tsukamoto (Quallion LLC) and B. Koel (University of Southern California)
o 209 Li1+xV3O8 and (CF)n Hybrid Cathode Materials for ICD Batteries H. Yumoto (Quallion LLC.), N. Bourgeon, T. Tan and H. Tsukamoto (Quallion LLC)
o 210 Li/(CF)n Battery for Low Temperature and High Power Application T. Tan (Quallion LLC), K. Lam (Quallion) and H. Yumoto (Quallion LLC.)
 

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

San Diego, Level 2

New Materials and Strategies

Co-Chairs: B. Scrosati & M.M. Thackeray
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 211 Justus von Liebig Award Address (SUD-CHEMIE)- New Materials and Strategies for the Next Generation of Lithium-Ion Batteries M. Wachtler (Zentrum fur Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff)
10:30 212 Optimizing a Nickelate Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries for Hybrid-Electric Vehicles K. E. Thomas-Alyea, S. Dalton-Castor, P. Onnerud, S. Singh, J. Treger, M. Menard, A. Beltran, J. Drennan, D. Novikov and B. Barnett (TIAX)
10:50 213 Advanced Composite Materials for High Capacity Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries Enabled by Stabilized Lithium Metal Powder (SLMP) M. Yakovleva, Y. Gao and B. Fitch (FMC Corporation)
11:10 214 The Electrophoretic Assembly of Rechargeable Batteries R. C. Wartena, D. Kim and Y. Chiang (MIT)
11:30 215 Reversible Conversion Bismuth Fluoride and Oxyfluoride Nanocomposites for Li Batteries G. G. Amatucci (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey), M. Bervas (Rutgers University), F. Badway (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey), A. Mansour (Navy Surface Warfare Center Carderock), W. Yoon (Brookhaven National Lab.), J. Al-Sharab, F. Cosandey and L. Klein (Rutgers University)
11:50 216 LiFePO4 and Graphite Anode Using Water Soluble Binder for Low-Cost Li Polymer Batteries K. Zaghib (Hydro-Quebec)
 

Redox Shuttles and Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: G. Amatucci & K. Eberman
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 217 Studies of the 2,5-ditertbutyl-1,4-dimethoxybenzene Overcharge Shuttle in 18650-sized LiFePO4/graphite Cells J. Dahn (Dalhousie University), J. Jiang, C. Buhrmester and L. Moshurchak (Dalhousie)
14:30 218 Design and Use of Three Electrode Coin Cells for Studying Redox Shuttles L. M. Moshurchak, J. Dahn (Dalhousie University), M. Obrovac and L. Christensen (3M Co.)
14:50 219 Recent Progress in LiBOB-based Electrolytes K. Xu, U. Lee, S. Zhang and R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Lab)
15:10 220 LiBOB Based Electrolyte for Li Ion Batteries F. A. Azeez, Y. Li (North Carolina State University) and P. S. Fedkiw (NC State University)
15:30 221 Corrosion and Passivation of Aluminum in LiBOB/EC+DMC Electrolyte T. M. Devine (University of California) and Z. Xueyuan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
15:50 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Electrolytes

Co-Chairs: Z. Ogumi & M. Wakihara
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
16:10 222 Safe Electrolytes for Large Format Batteries U. Wietelmann, J. Panitz (Chemetall GmbH), M. Wachtler (Zentrum fur Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff) and M. Wolfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW)
16:40 223 Advanced Electrolyte Salts with Inherent Overcharge Protection for Lithium Ion Batteries G. Dantsin (Air Products and Chemicals Inc.), K. Jambunathan, S. Ivanov, W. Casteel (Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.), K. Amine, J. Liu, A. Jansen and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory)
17:00 224 Anodic Polymerization of Vinyl Ethylene Carbonate in Li-Ion Battery Electrolyte V. V. Zhuang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), G. Chen, T. Richardson, G. Liu and P. Ross (LBNL)
17:20 225 Studies of Ionic Liquids in Lithium Ion Battery Test Systems J. P. Salminen, J. Prausnitz (University of California Berkeley) and J. Newman (University of California, Berkeley)
17:40 226 TPD-MS Study on the Existent State of Solvents in Graphite Anodes S. Kinoshita (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Reserch center), Y. Sakata (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.), M. Ue (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Scinence and Technology Research Center, Inc.) and S. Tobishima (Gunma University)
 

Thursday, October 20, 2005

San Diego, Level 2

Thermal Studies

Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib & C. Julien
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
08:00 227 Low-temperature Performance Limitations of Lithium-ion Batteries K. L. Gering (Idaho National Laboratory)
08:20 228 Poor Cycling Performance of C-LiFePO4/Graphite Li-ion Cells at High Temperature K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Liu (Argonne National Lab.) and I. Belharouak (Argonne National Laboratory)
08:40 229 Investigation of Thermal Stability of LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Compared with LiNi0.80Co0.15Al0.05O2 and LiMn1.88Al0.12O4 K. Okahara (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center,Inc.), T. Tatsumi, K. Shizuka, A. Inoue and H. Imura (Mitsubishi Chemical Group Science and Technology Research Center, Inc.)
09:00 230 Studies of Cycling Temperature Effects on Structural Changes and Rate Capability of LiMn2O4 Cathode Materials in Comparison with Layered Materials Using In Situ X-Ray Diffraction X. Yang, K. Chung, W. Yoon, H. Lee and J. McBreen (Brookhaven National Lab.)
09:20 231 What Cathode Material Would be the Best Choice for Large Lithium-ion Batteries ? N. Ravet (University of Montreal), M. Gauthier, D. Geoffroy (Phostech Lithium), S. Lavallee (University of Montreal) and G. Nuspl (Sud-Chemie)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Electrochemical Modeling and Design

Co-Chairs: D. Dees & K. Thomas-Alyea
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 232 Lithium-Ion Cell Design for Safety, Long Life, and Low Cost P. A. Nelson, A. Jansen and D. Dees (Argonne National Labs)
10:30 233 Conduction and Destruction of Packed Particle Electrodes: Toward Fully Integrated Modeling of Mechanics and Electrochemistry A. Sastry, C. Wang, Y. Yi, K. Striebel and K. Zaghib (The University of Michigan)
11:00 234 A Model-based Comparison of Various Li-ion Chemistries V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) and J. Newman (University of California, Berkeley)
11:20 235 Structures and Electrochemical Properties in Li(Ni1/2Mn1/2)O2: Theory and Experiment G. Ceder, Y. S. Meng, Y. Hinuma, A. Van der Ven (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Y. Shao-Horn (MIT)
11:40 236 First Principles Study of the Factors Affecting Li Mobility in Layered Lithium Transition Metal Oxides K. Kang (MIT) and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
 

Electrochemical Modeling & High Power Lithium Batteries

Co-Chairs: V. Srinivasan & A.M. Sastry
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 237 Electrochemical Modeling of Lithium-Ion Positive Electrodes During Hybrid Pulse Power Characterization Tests D. W. Dees (Argonne National Laboratory), E. Gunen (Illinois Institute of Technology), D. Abraham, A. Jansen (Argonne national Laboratory) and J. Prakask (Illinois Institute of Technology)
14:30 238 System Level Component Models for Electrochemical Power Sources V. R. Subramanian and V. D. Diwakar (Tennessee Technological University)
14:50 239 A Practical Longevity Model for Lithium-Ion Batteries: De-coupling the Time and Cycle-Dependence of Capacity Fade E. R. Scott, J. Brown (Medtronic Incorporated), C. Schmidt (Medtronic, Inc.) and W. Howard (Medtronic Incorporated)
15:10 240 Comparison of Model Predictions with Experimental Data from Lithium-ion Battery/Electrochemical Capacitor Hybrid System G. Sikha, B. N. Popov and R. White (University of South Carolina)
15:30 241 Differential Voltage Analysis of High Power Lithium Ion Cells I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Christophersen and K. L. Gering (Idaho National Laboratory)
15:50 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Analytical and Diagnostic Studies

Co-Chairs: K. Edstrom & D. Abraham
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
16:10 242 Resistance Growth in Lithium Ion Satellite Cells. I. Non Destructive Data Analyses J. C. Hall (Boeing Company), A. Schoen, P. Allen (The Boeing Company), P. Liu and K. Kirby (HRL Laboratories, LLC)
16:40 243 In-situ Atomic Force Microscopy of LixCoO2 Single Crystals During Li+ De-intercalation and Intercalation Y. Shao-Horn, A. Clemencon (MIT) and S. Kumar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
17:00 244 In-situ Thermal Study of LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 Using Isothermal Micro Calorimetric Techniques W. Lu (Argonne national lab), I. Belharouak, D. Vissers and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)
17:20 245 Probing the Self-discharge Current in LiMn2O4 and LiCoO2 Cathodes R. Yazami and Y. Ozawa (Caltech)
17:40 246 Coin Cell with Two Reference Electrodes for Fundamental Study of Lithium-Ion Cells B. Ravdel, S. Trebukhova (Yardney Technical Products, Inc.), K. Abraham (E-KEM Sciences) and J. DiCarlo (Yardney Technical Products, Inc.)
 

Friday, October 21, 2005

San Diego, Level 2

Lithium Batteries: Applications and Performance

Co-Chairs: E. Scott & E. Takeuchi
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
08:00 247 Advanced Battery Technology For Medium Rate Implantable Medical Devices Using Unique Laminated Cathode Construction H. Gan (Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc), A. Shah, Y. Zhang, R. Rubino, S. Davis and E. Takeuchi (Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Inc.)
08:20 248 Mechanistic Study of the First Voltage Plateau in the Discharge of SVO and the Consequences on Electrical Conductivity N. R. Gleason, M. Palazzo, R. Leising, E. Takeuchi (Greatbatch, Inc.) and K. Takeuchi (SUNY at Buffalo)
08:40 249 Study of V2O5 Thin Films Deposited by ALCVD and Used as Positive Electrode in Li Battery H. Groult, K. Le Van, A. Mantoux, L. Perrigaud and D. Lincot (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie)
09:00 250 Influence of Size on Electrode Performance A. Debart, F. Jiao and P. Bruce (University of St Andrews)
09:20 251 Performance Behavior of Sandia Coated Electrodes for Li-ion Cells G. Nagasubramanian (Sandia Nationla Laboratories) and B. Sanchez (Sandia National Laboratories)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Interfacial Studies

Co-Chairs: R. Kostecki & J. Hall
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 252 Studies of Interfacial Chemistry in Lithium and Li-ion Battery Systems Using Infrared Spectroscopy P. Ross (LBNL)
10:30 253 TG-MS Analysis on SEI of Graphite Carbon Anode in Lithium Ion Batteries L. Zhao, I. Watanabe and J. I. Yamaki (Kyushu University)
10:50 254 Peaks and Pit-falls in Using PES for the Study of Li-ion Battery Electrode Interfaces K. Edstrom (Materials Chemistry)
11:10 255 Interfacial Impedance Study of Composite Cathodes upon Aging M. Kerlau, M. Marcinek and R. Kostecki (LBNL)
11:30 256 Interfacial Studies of Positive Electrodes harvested from Aged High-Power Lithium-Ion Cells D. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory)
11:50 257 Effects of Anion Receptors on SEI Layer Formation on Electrodes in Lithium Secondary Batteries Y. Lee, J. Seo (KAIST), J. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), W. Seol, D. Ko and J. Park (KAIST)
 

Solid State Lithium Batteries

Co-Chairs: M. Thackeray & V. Zhuang
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 258 Recent Progress of All-Solid-State Lithium Polymer Secondary Batteries in CRIEPI Y. Kobayashi (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), S. Seki (CRIEPI), M. Tabuchi (National Institute of AIST), Y. Ohno (Electric Power Engineering Systems), Y. Mita, A. Usami, H. Miyashiro and N. Terada (CRIEPI)
14:30 259 Non-Flammable Solid Polymer Electrolyte Containing Alminate Easter Groups for Lithium Ion Battery M. Wakihara, Y. Masuda, M. Seki and M. Nakayama (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
14:50 260 Sulfonate-Modified Fumed Silicas As Nanocomposite Electrolytes X. Zhang and P. S. Fedkiw (NC State University)
15:10 261 Preparation of Thin Film All Solid State Rechargeable Lithium Batteries K. Hoshina, K. Dokko and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)