Electrical Energy Storage and Intercalation Chemistry

@article{Whittingham1976ElectricalES,
  title={Electrical Energy Storage and Intercalation Chemistry},
  author={M. Stanley Whittingham},
  journal={Science},
  year={1976},
  volume={192},
  pages={1126 - 1127}
}
  • M. Whittingham
  • Published 11 June 1976
  • Materials Science, Chemistry
  • Science
The electrochemical reaction of layered titanium disulfide with lithium giving the intercalation compound lithium titanium disulfide is the basis of a new battery system. This reaction occurs very rapidly and in a highly reversible manner at ambient temperatures as a result of structural retention. Titanium disulfide is one of a new generation of solid cathode materials. 

Lithium titanium disulfide cathodes

It is now almost 50 years since the first rechargeable lithium batteries, based on the reversible intercalation of lithium into layered structured titanium disulfide, were conceived. They were the

Solid State Electrodes for High Energy Batteries

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Bulk and surface structural changes in high nickel cathodes subjected to fast charging conditions.

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A layered oxide cathode, LiNi0.6Mn0.2O2, undergoes noticeable crystal expansion by losing significantly higher amounts of Li+ at the end of fast charging cycles, but is restored back to its pristine discharged state when intercalated with enough lithium ions during an electrochemical process.

Defective Carbon Nanocone as an Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries

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