Graphite Intercalation Compounds as Depolarizers in Organic Electrolyte Batteries.
ARMY ELECTRONICS COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH N J
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NICAL REPT.,Hunger,Herbert F. Heymach,George J. ECOM-4047DA-1-T-061102-A-34-A1-T-061102-A-34-A-02battery components, graphite, electrochemistry, oxides, fluorides, polarization, lithium, cathodeselectrolytic cell, solvent action, usolvent actionlithium cells, electric batteries, electrolytes, organic compounds, battery depolarizers, graphite fluoride, high energy batteries, intercalation compoundsGraphite oxide and graphite fluorides were investigated as depolarizers in lithiumorganic electrolytedepolarizer cells at room temperature. The preparation and characterization of the compounds, as well as that of electrolytes and electrodes, are discussed. The kinetics of the intercalation compounds and their discharge characteristics are presented. A comparison is made of the energy content of the various compounds as a function of discharge rate, electrolyte anion, and solvent. Obtainable energy densities of practical cells are estimated. Author
- Physical Chemistry
- Electrochemical Energy Storage