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Chemical Compatibility of Solid-State Electrolytes with Hydroflux Cathode-Coating Process (Supporting Information)

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posted on 2024-07-04, 04:37 authored by Kana ONOUE, Tomoyuki WATANABE, Christopher C. JOHN, Akira NASU, Hiroaki KOBAYASHI, Masaki Matsui
We apply the hydroflux method as a potential cathode-coating process for solid-state batteries. The garnet-type Li-ion conductor Li6.4La3Zr1.4Ta0.6O12 reacts with the precursor material of LiCoO2. Water molecules in the molten alkaline hydroxide initiate Li+/H+ ion exchange and dissolution of the Zr4+ species. The NASICON-type lithium-ion conductor LATP also reacts with molten hydroxide owing to the formation of soluble species of Al(OH)4 under high pH conditions. Perovskite-type Li0.33La0.55TiO3 is stable under the hydroflux condition because titanium and lanthanum do not form soluble species in alkaline solution. The chemical compatibility of the solid-state electrolyte is mostly estimated using Pourbaix diagram of each element in the system. The solid-state electrolyte containing only insoluble species in an alkaline solution is preferable for the hydroflux cathode-coating process.

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Interface Ionics : Fabrication of model systems and their fundamental ion dynamics

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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Development of novel insertion materials with aquo-ions as carrier ions

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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matsui@sci.hokudai.ac.jp

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