Multifunctional Fluoroethylene Carbonate for Improving High-Temperature Performance of LiNi0.8Mn0.1Co0.1O2||SiOx@Graphite Lithium-Ion Batteries
journal contributionposted on 15.10.2020, 20:30 by Yuanyuan Kang, Jun Wang, Man Wang, Xiwu Tang, Zongze Cao, Chaoyang Wang, Qiao Shi, Yunxian Qian, Yonghong Deng
LiNi0.8Mn0.1Co0.1O2||SiOx@graphite has received great attention in both academia and industry because it has the highest energy density among state-of-the-art commercial lithium-ion batteries. However, it suffers from severe capacity decay during high-temperature cycling or storage, which still needs to be addressed for its commercialization. In this work, fluoroethylene carbonate (FEC) is employed as an additive or a cosolvent to improve the high-temperature performance of 1 Ah LiNi0.8Mn0.1Co0.1O2||SiOx@graphite pouch cells. By adding 5% FEC as additive, the capacity retention increases from 54.5% to 67.0% after 100 cycles at 45 °C. The use of FEC as a cosolvent further increases the capacity retention to 83.3%. The improvement is ascribed to the multifunctional effects from FEC, preventing electrolyte decomposition, mitigating the resistance increment and Mn ions dissolution with the formation of the interface films, which consist of LiF and LiPOxFy species. Therefore, the employment of FEC is of great importance for the development of high-energy-density lithium-ion batteries.
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High-Temperature PerformanceLiPO x F y speciesinterface filmshigh-energy-density lithium-ion bat...Multifunctional Fluoroethylene Carb...capacity decayelectrolyte decompositioncapacity retentionenergy densityFECLiNiComultifunctional effects0.80.1100 cyclescapacity retention increasesSiOfluoroethylene carbonateMn ions dissolutionlithium-ion batteriesresistance incrementgraphite pouch cells