In operando tracking phase transformation evolution of lithium iron phosphate with hard X-ray microscopy.

@article{Wang2014InOT,
  title={In operando tracking phase transformation evolution of lithium iron phosphate with hard X-ray microscopy.},
  author={Jiajun Wang and Yu-chen Karen Chen-Wiegart and Jun Tao Wang},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={4570}
}
The delithiation reaction in lithium ion batteries is often accompanied by an electrochemically driven phase transformation process. Tracking the phase transformation process at nanoscale resolution during battery operation provides invaluable information for tailoring the kinetic barrier to optimize the physical and electrochemical properties of battery materials. Here, using hard X-ray microscopy--which offers nanoscale resolution and deep penetration of the material, and takes advantage of… CONTINUE READING
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