Single-step wet-chemical fabrication of sheet-type electrodes from solid-electrolyte precursors for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries

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J. Mater. Chem. A, ISSN: 2050-7488, Vol: 5, Issue: 39, Page: 20771-20779

Publication Year:
2017
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Repository URL:
http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/22769
DOI:
10.1039/c7ta06873e
Author(s):
Oh, Dae Yang; Kim, Dong Hyeon; Jung, Sung Hoo; Han, Jung-Gu; Choi, Nam-Soon; Jung, Yoon Seok
Publisher(s):
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC); The Royal Society of Chemistry; ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
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Chemistry; Energy; Materials Science
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article description
All-solid-state lithium-ion batteries (ASLBs) employing sulfide solid electrolytes (SEs) have emerged as promising next-generation batteries for large-scale energy storage applications in terms of safety and high energy density. While slurry-based fabrication processes using polymeric binders and solvents are inevitable to produce sheet-type electrodes, these processes for ASLBs have been overlooked until now. In this work, we report the first scalable single-step fabrication of bendable sheet-type composite electrodes for ASLBs using a one-pot slurry prepared from SE precursors (LiS and PS), active materials (LiNiCoMnOor graphite), and polymeric binders (nitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR) or polyvinyl chloride (PVC)) via a wet-chemical route using tetrahydrofuran. At 30 °C, the LiNiCoMnOand graphite electrodes wet-tailored from SE precursors and NBR exhibit high capacities of 140 mA h gat 0.1C and 320 mA h gat 0.2C, respectively. Particularly, the rate capability of the graphite electrode in an all-solid-state cell is superior to that of a liquid electrolyte-based cell. Additionally, the effects of the size of the SE precursors and the polymeric binders on the electrochemical performance are investigated. Finally, the excellent electrochemical performance of LiNiCoMnO/graphite ASLBs assembled using the as-single-step-fabricated electrodes are also demonstrated not only at 30 °C but also at 100 °C.