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Lithiation of V2O3(SO4)2 - a flexible insertion host. / Linnell, Stephanie F.; Payne, Julia L.; Pickup, David M.; Chadwick, Alan V.; Armstrong, A. Robert; Irvine, John T. S.

In: Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 8, No. 37, 07.10.2020, p. 19502-19512.

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Linnell, SF, Payne, JL, Pickup, DM, Chadwick, AV, Armstrong, AR & Irvine, JTS 2020, 'Lithiation of V2O3(SO4)2 - a flexible insertion host', Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol. 8, no. 37, pp. 19502-19512. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0TA06608G

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Linnell, S. F., Payne, J. L., Pickup, D. M., Chadwick, A. V., Armstrong, A. R., & Irvine, J. T. S. (2020). Lithiation of V2O3(SO4)2 - a flexible insertion host. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 8(37), 19502-19512. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0TA06608G

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Linnell SF, Payne JL, Pickup DM, Chadwick AV, Armstrong AR, Irvine JTS. Lithiation of V2O3(SO4)2 - a flexible insertion host. Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2020 Oct 7;8(37):19502-19512. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0TA06608G

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Linnell, Stephanie F. ; Payne, Julia L. ; Pickup, David M. ; Chadwick, Alan V. ; Armstrong, A. Robert ; Irvine, John T. S. / Lithiation of V2O3(SO4)2 - a flexible insertion host. In: Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2020 ; Vol. 8, No. 37. pp. 19502-19512.

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title = "Lithiation of V2O3(SO4)2 - a flexible insertion host",
abstract = "Materials that display strong capabilities for lithium insertion without significant change in unit cell size on cycling are of considerable importance for electrochemical applications. Here, we present V2O3(SO4)2 as a host for lithium-ion batteries. Electrochemically, 2.0 Li+ ions can be inserted, giving Li2V2O3(SO4)2 with an oxidation state of V4+, as determined by X-ray absorption spectroscopy. The capacity of V2O3(SO4)2 can be increased from 157 mA h g−1 to 313 mA h g−1 with the insertion of two additional Li+ ions which would drastically improve the energy density of this material, but this would be over a wider potential range. Chemical lithiation using n-butyllithium was performed and characterisation using a range of techniques showed that a composition of Li4V2O3(SO4)2 can be obtained with an oxidation state of V3+. Structural studies of the lithiated materials by X-ray diffraction showed that up to 4.0 Li+ ions can be inserted into V2O3(SO4)2 whilst maintaining its framework structure.",
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N2 - Materials that display strong capabilities for lithium insertion without significant change in unit cell size on cycling are of considerable importance for electrochemical applications. Here, we present V2O3(SO4)2 as a host for lithium-ion batteries. Electrochemically, 2.0 Li+ ions can be inserted, giving Li2V2O3(SO4)2 with an oxidation state of V4+, as determined by X-ray absorption spectroscopy. The capacity of V2O3(SO4)2 can be increased from 157 mA h g−1 to 313 mA h g−1 with the insertion of two additional Li+ ions which would drastically improve the energy density of this material, but this would be over a wider potential range. Chemical lithiation using n-butyllithium was performed and characterisation using a range of techniques showed that a composition of Li4V2O3(SO4)2 can be obtained with an oxidation state of V3+. Structural studies of the lithiated materials by X-ray diffraction showed that up to 4.0 Li+ ions can be inserted into V2O3(SO4)2 whilst maintaining its framework structure.

AB - Materials that display strong capabilities for lithium insertion without significant change in unit cell size on cycling are of considerable importance for electrochemical applications. Here, we present V2O3(SO4)2 as a host for lithium-ion batteries. Electrochemically, 2.0 Li+ ions can be inserted, giving Li2V2O3(SO4)2 with an oxidation state of V4+, as determined by X-ray absorption spectroscopy. The capacity of V2O3(SO4)2 can be increased from 157 mA h g−1 to 313 mA h g−1 with the insertion of two additional Li+ ions which would drastically improve the energy density of this material, but this would be over a wider potential range. Chemical lithiation using n-butyllithium was performed and characterisation using a range of techniques showed that a composition of Li4V2O3(SO4)2 can be obtained with an oxidation state of V3+. Structural studies of the lithiated materials by X-ray diffraction showed that up to 4.0 Li+ ions can be inserted into V2O3(SO4)2 whilst maintaining its framework structure.

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