Electrochemical performance of modified synthetic graphite for lithium ion batteries
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The carbon-coated composite has been manufactured and investigated as the negative electrode for Li-ion batteries. The carbon-coated composite powders are prepared by a simple mixing of two types of synthetic graphite particles (SFG6 and SFG44) with polyvinylchloride powders and heating to a temperature between 800 and 1100°C under an argon gas flow.
As a result of the carbon-coating treatment, the flake particles of the original graphites changed into a bulky shape of carbon-coated composite with a largely increased particle size due to aggregation through the treatment. It is shown that carbon-coated composite electrodes for the two types of graphite have much lower irreversible loss than the original graphites and coulombic efficiency of ∼91% in the first cycle in a PC-based electrolyte. The carbon coating treatment improves the cycling performance. Despite their coarse morphology due to aggregation, carbon-coated composite electrodes show the enhanced high rate capabilities.
KeywordsElectrochemical Performance Cycling Performance Rate Capability Composite Powder Carbon Coating
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