Characterization of Iron Phthalocyanine as the Cathode Active Material for Lithium-Ion BatteriesJournal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology
AbstractThe developed thermodynamic functions for the determination of Gibbs free energy, enthalpy, and entropy of formation of solid lithium-iron phthalocyanine (LixFePc) from solid lithium and iron phthalocyanine as a function of x, defined as g-moles of the intercalated lithium per g-mole of iron phthalocyanine, at a fixed set of temperature and pressure conditions are presented. In addition, a proposed expression for the evaluation of lithium diffusion coefficient in solid iron phthalocyanine as a function of both x and temperature, and the experimental results from the ongoing research/development work on the lithium/iron phthalocyanine cells are included.
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Citation InformationSarwan S. Sandhu and Joseph P. Fellner. "Characterization of Iron Phthalocyanine as the Cathode Active Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries" Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology Vol. 6 Iss. 5 (2015)
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