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The Oscillatory Open Circuit Potential: Experimental Evidence for Phase-Separating of LiFePO4

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Nonequilibirum thermodynamic model predicted a wandering of the electrode potential of porous LiFePO4 electrode when the discharge current is enough small. This phenomenon is directly related to the phase separation occurring within porous LiFePO4 particle and can be suppressed by high discharge current or coherency strain. The experimental findings were reported in this article, i.e., the wandering, even oscillation of the open circuit potential were experimentally captured for first time. If the "open circuit potential" condition can be considered as an extreme of the "enough small" condition, our experimental findings are just the experimental evidence for the phase-separating of LiFePO4 particles.
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Keywords: LITHIUM IRON PHOSPHATE; OSCILLATORY OPEN CIRCUIT POTENTIAL; PHASE SEPARATION; WANDERING

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2013

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