A novel concept for the synthesis of nanometric LiFePO4 by co-precipitation method in an anhydrous environment

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LiFePO4 with high purity and good crystallinity was prepared by an improved environmentally benign and low-cost co-precipitation method. The precipitate was synthesized at a room temperature using technical grade reagents on ethylene glycol as a medium. LiFePO4 precursor was characterized by TGA/DTG measurement and 650°C was found to be the optimal calcination temperature. The obtained LiFePO4 was characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), Transmission Electronic Microscopy (TEM), and nitrogen adsorption/desorption measurements (N2-BET). The X-ray diffraction studies confirmed formation pure phase of orthorhombic LiFePO4 (Pnma space group) without any impurities. The developed co-precipitation method in an anhydrous environment is environmental friendly, cheap and can be easily scalable.

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͆wider, J., ͆więtosławski, M., Molenda, M., & Dziembaj, R. (2014). A novel concept for the synthesis of nanometric LiFePO4 by co-precipitation method in an anhydrous environment. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 98, pp. 36–41). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2014.12.484

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