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Preparation of layered MnO2 via thermal decomposition of KMnO4 and its electrochemical characterizations

Title
Preparation of layered MnO2 via thermal decomposition of KMnO4 and its electrochemical characterizations
Authors
Kim, SHKim, SJOh, SM
Ewha Authors
김성진
SCOPUS Author ID
김성진scopus
Issue Date
1999
Journal Title
CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS
ISSN
0897-4756JCR Link
Citation
vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 557 - 563
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS
Abstract
We report here the preparation of layered MnO2 and the preliminary results on its cathodic performance in Li secondary batteries. The thermal decomposition of KMnO4 powder at 250-1000 degrees C in air produces KalphaMnO2+delta.gamma H2O (x = 0.27-0.31, delta = 0.07-0.13, and y = 0.47-0.89) with a product yield of 67-79% based on the Mn molar quantity. It can be judged from the Rietveld refinement on the X-ray diffraction pattern that the 800 degrees C-prepared sample has layered structure (hexagonal unit cell, space group = P6(3)/mmc, a = 2.84 Angstrom, and c = 14.16 Angstrom); where the K+ ions and H2O molecules reside at the interlayer trigonal prismatic sites (P2-type structure). Contrary to the previous findings whereby the layered MnO2 transforms to alpha-/gamma-MnO2 phases or manganese suboxides at >450 degrees C, such impurities are negligible in this synthesis even at higher temperatures. The success of synthesis is ascribed to the high population of K+ ions in the pyrolyzing media that act as pillaring cations to stabilize the layered framework. In addition, the absence of a suboxide transition is indebted to the highly oxidizing species such as O-2, MnO42- and MnO43-, which are produced during the pyrolyzing process. The materials show a powder density as high as 1.36 g cm(-3) and the Mn4+ fraction of >85%, which gives a theoretical capacity of 210-230 mA h g(-1) based on a one-electron charge/discharge reaction. A higher product yield up to >98% is achieved by pyrolyzing KMnO4 with an addition of manganese suboxides (Mn2O3, Mn3O4, or MnO). Finally, the preliminary cell tests show that the materials give some promising features as the cathode materials for Li secondary batteries.
DOI
10.1021/cm9801643
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