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Electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance analysis of the cathodic process in a lithium-ion battery

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The surface processes at carbon and platinum electrodes have been studied using the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance technique in organic electrolyte solutions for lithium ion batteries. The changes in resonance frequency were analyzed as a function of the electrode potential, indicating that the process depended not only on the electrode material but also on the cathode potential. In the solution containing LiBF4 as the electrolyte, the main product at the platinum surface was Li2CO3 and LiF, whereas formation of lithium alkylcarbonates was the primary process at the platinum and carbon electrodes in LiPF6 solution.


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