Lithium motion in the anode material LiC6 as seen via time-domain 7Li NMR

J. Langer, Viktor Epp, Paul Heitjans, F.A. Mautner & Martin Wilkening
Since the commercialization of rechargeable lithium-ion energy storage systems in the early 1990s, graphite intercalation compounds (GICs) have served as the number one negative electrode material in most of today's batteries. During charging the performance of a battery is closely tied with facile Li insertion into the graphite host structure. So far, only occasionally time-domain nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements have been reported to study Li self-diffusion parameters in GICs. Here, we used several NMR...
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