TITLE

Solid State Batteries (SSBs) Prepared with Powder Metallurgy Route

AUTHOR(S)
J. Hu; J. Zhao; J. J. Ren
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
Science of Sintering;2013, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p149
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The solid state batteries (SSBs) were prepared by powder metallurgy route. For making SSBs, a special die was designed. LiNiO2 and face centre cubic (fcc) TiB powders [1] were used to make cathodes for SSBs while such metals as Zn or Mg were used to make anodes. The SSBs made with LiNiO2 powder generated relatively low currents (1 to 2 µA) and voltage (0.4~0.9 V) at room temperature. The SSBs made with fcc-TiB cathode generated more power than do the SSBs made with LiNiO2 powder.
ACCESSION #
90474680

 

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