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Titanium migration driven by Li vacancies in Li1−xTi2O4 spinel

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Abstract

Gentle oxidation of lithium titanate spinel (LiTi2O4) with water at room temperature gives Li-deficient Li0.33Ti2O4. Combined X-ray and neutron Rietveld analysis shows that 28% of the Ti cations are displaced to alternative octahedral sites, in keeping with a proposed model based on Ti-migration limited by Li-vacancy concentration.

Graphical abstract: Titanium migration driven by Li vacancies in Li1−xTi2O4 spinel

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Submitted
03 Apr 2015
Accepted
27 May 2015
First published
28 May 2015

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Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 11359-11361
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Communication
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Titanium migration driven by Li vacancies in Li1−xTi2O4 spinel

A. Kitada, A. M. Arevalo-Lopez and J. P. Attfield, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 11359
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC02800K

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