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Cation-Disordered Li3VO4: Reversible Li Insertion/Deinsertion Mechanism for Quasi Li-Rich Layered Li1+x[V1/2Li1/2]O2 (x = 0–1)

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The reversible lithiation/delithiation mechanism of the cation-disordered Li3VO4 material was elucidated, including the understanding of structural and electrochemical signature changes during cycling. The initial exchange of two Li induces a progressive and irreversible migration of Li and V ions from tetrahedral to octahedral sites, confirmed by the combination of in situ/operando X-ray diffraction and X-ray absorption fine structure analyses. The resulting cation-disordered Li3VO4 can smoothly and reversibly accommodate two Li and shows a Li+ diffusion coefficient larger by 2 orders of magnitude than the one of pristine Li3VO4, leading to improved electrochemical performance. This cation-disordered Li3VO4 negative electrode offers new opportunities for designing high-energy and high-power supercapacitors. Furthermore, it opens new paths for preparing disordered compounds with the general hexagonal close-packing structure, including most polyanionic compounds, whose electrochemical performance can be easily improved by simple cation mixing.
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hal-02048180 , version 1 (25-02-2019)

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Patrick Rozier, Etsuro Iwama, Nagare Nishio, Kazuhisa Baba, Keisuke Matsumura, et al.. Cation-Disordered Li3VO4: Reversible Li Insertion/Deinsertion Mechanism for Quasi Li-Rich Layered Li1+x[V1/2Li1/2]O2 (x = 0–1). Chemistry of Materials, 2018, 30 (15), pp.4926-4934. ⟨10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b00721⟩. ⟨hal-02048180⟩
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