Abstract

Structural properties of alumina-doped lithium borovanadate glasses and glass-ceramics.
KINDLE, Michael; KMIEC, Steven; SILVA, Igor Danciães Almeida; ECKERT, Hellmut; MARTIN, Steve W.; SONG, Min-Kyu; MCCLOY, John S.
Abstract: This study elucidates the role of Al2O3 in the lithium borovanadate (LBV) system, Li2O-B2O3-V2O5, in improving the glass-forming region of LBV glass. This increased glass-forming tendency is likely due to formation of [AlO4]- units. 11B, 27Al, and 51V nuclear magnetic resonance measurements suggest an importance of V-O-Al linkages and distribution of Li for charge compensation of [AlO4]- and [BO4]- units. Intense 51V NMR signals and resolved hyperfine coupling patterns in the electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectra indicate that the majority of vanadium is pentavalent (V5+) and minor amounts of paramagnetic vanadium (V4+) are present. The EPR interaction parameters suggest that the vanadyl-like environments can be described as tetragonally compressed distorted octahedra. Based on V-2p3/2 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, the V4+ concentration is estimated at<3%. These vanadate glasses are attractive for energy storage applications, as they have higher specific capacities than commercial lithium-ion battery cathodes.
Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids
v. 521, p. 119551-1-119551-11 - Ano: 2019
Fator de Impacto: 2,600
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2019.119551
    @article={002966751,author = {KINDLE, Michael; KMIEC, Steven; SILVA, Igor Danciães Almeida; ECKERT, Hellmut; MARTIN, Steve W.; SONG, Min-Kyu; MCCLOY, John S.},title={Structural properties of alumina-doped lithium borovanadate glasses and glass-ceramics},journal={Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids},note={v. 521, p. 119551-1-119551-11},year={2019}}

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