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    Title: The Prediction of LiFePO4 Nanoparticle Size in a High Temperature Surrounding
    Authors: Tzu-Jung Pan
    Hsiao-Kang Ma
    Hsiung-An Yang
    Contributor: 圖書資訊館
    Keywords: LiFePO4
    Combustion Flame
    Specific Surface Area
    Brownian Collision-Coalescence
    Date: 2010-03-20
    Issue Date: 2010-05-19 10:54:01 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Recently, many different synthesis methods
    of olivine lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) are proposed to get a better performance for LiFePO4 batteries. The major flaws are low conductivity and low lithium diffusion constant. A major suggestion to solve the drawbacks is that the LiFePO4 material
    has to be in nanoparticulate form with intimate carbon contact. In previous studies,
    collision-coalescence growth mechanism has been used for flame synthesized iron oxide and carbon nanoparticles. The prediction of specific surface area (SSA) in a high temperature surrounding is formulated by Brownian collision-coalescense model. Moreover, the relationships among particle
    size, residence time, initial particle concentration and temperature will be discussed in detail. The prediction model of carbon-coated LiFePO4 can be applied to combustion flame chemical vapor deposition (CF-CVD) method in the future.
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