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Lithium cobalt oxide battery with an inorganic electrolyte solution.

Lithiumcobaltoxid-Batterie mit einer anorganischen Elektrolytlösung

International Power Sources Symposium Committee, Leatherhead:
Research and Development in Non-Mechanical Electrical Power Sources
Leatherhead, 1993 (Proceedings - Power Sources Symposium 14)
ISBN: 0-9512320-3-7
International Power Sources Symposium <18, 1993, Stratford-upon-Avon>
Fraunhofer ICT ()
battery system; chlorine; DEMS apparatus; detection; differential electrochemical mass spectrometry; electro-chemical thin-layer flow cell; inorganic electrolyte; LiCoO2; lithium

A new battery system - Li/inorganic electrolyte/LiCoOsub2 - is examined because of its high theoretical energy density of 1070 Wh/kg. Potentiometric cycling of the LiCoOsub2 electrode between 3.5 and 4.5 Vsubvs.Li/Lihighplus demonstrates the stability of the oxide, but there is an increase in the electronic resistance of the electrode. At potentials higher than 4.2 V, chlorine is probably generated in a side reaction, but without any loss of capacity up to 5 V. In order to determine the volatile products, a special DEMS apparatus was constructed which allowed the detection of chlorine generation at a nickel electrode.