Synthesis of nickel- and iron-hydroxide graphite intercalation compounds and their application to alkaline secondary battery
Recently one of authors developed new process to synthesize different graphite intercalation compounds(GICs) of metal chlorides by using their molten salts[1,2]. Ternary GICs of NiCl2 and FeCl3 were obtained from the molten salts of NiCl2 and FeCl3 with different ratios at 400°C after 3 days without any intentional addition of chlorine gas. The compounds were found to be stable in air and even in boiling water.
KeywordsMolten Salt Metal Chloride Intentional Addition Graphite Intercalation Compound Detailed Experimental Procedure
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