We present the thermal evolution of two NASICON-type ceramics namely LATP (Li1+xAlxTi2−x(PO4)3) and LAGP (Li1+xAlxGe2−x(PO4)3) by monitoring the electrode-electrolyte interfaces (i.e., Li/LATP and Li/LAGP) at temperatures up to 330 °Cvia in situscanning electron microscopy, post-mortem energy-dispersive spectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction. Upon melting of Li and contacting electrolytes, LAGP decomposes completely to form Li based alloys, while LATP is partially decomposed without alloying.

Thermal evolution of NASICON type solid-state electrolytes with lithium at high temperaturevia in situscanning electron microscopy / Kaboli, S.; Girard, G.; Zhu, W.; Gheorghe Nita, A.; Vijh, A.; George, C.; Trudeau, M. L.; Paolella, A.. - In: CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1359-7345. - 57:84(2021), pp. 11076-11079. [10.1039/d1cc04059f]

Thermal evolution of NASICON type solid-state electrolytes with lithium at high temperaturevia in situscanning electron microscopy

Paolella A.
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2021

Abstract

We present the thermal evolution of two NASICON-type ceramics namely LATP (Li1+xAlxTi2−x(PO4)3) and LAGP (Li1+xAlxGe2−x(PO4)3) by monitoring the electrode-electrolyte interfaces (i.e., Li/LATP and Li/LAGP) at temperatures up to 330 °Cvia in situscanning electron microscopy, post-mortem energy-dispersive spectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction. Upon melting of Li and contacting electrolytes, LAGP decomposes completely to form Li based alloys, while LATP is partially decomposed without alloying.
2021
57
84
11076
11079
Thermal evolution of NASICON type solid-state electrolytes with lithium at high temperaturevia in situscanning electron microscopy / Kaboli, S.; Girard, G.; Zhu, W.; Gheorghe Nita, A.; Vijh, A.; George, C.; Trudeau, M. L.; Paolella, A.. - In: CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1359-7345. - 57:84(2021), pp. 11076-11079. [10.1039/d1cc04059f]
Kaboli, S.; Girard, G.; Zhu, W.; Gheorghe Nita, A.; Vijh, A.; George, C.; Trudeau, M. L.; Paolella, A.
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