Layered High-Entropy Oxide Structures for Reversible Energy Storage

03 February 2020, Version 1
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Layered LixMO2 materials, a new class of high-entropy oxides, have been synthesized by nebulized spray pyrolysis. Specifically, the lattice structure of Li(Ni1/3Mn1/3Co1/3)O2 (NCM111) cathode material has been replicated successfully while increasing the number of cations in equimolar proportions, thereby allowing transition to high-entropy oxide materials.


Li-Ion cathode
High-Entropy Material
High-Entropy Oxides
Layered Cathode Material

Supplementary materials

191029 ESI


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