Kun-Jae Lee, Dong-Wan Kim and Hyun Seon Hong Pages 168 - 170 ( 3 )
Ultrasonic spray pyrolysis (USP) and thermal reaction were combined to fabricate lithium iron borate compound nanopowder in cost-effective and high throughput manner. This procedure exploits USP process to prepare homogenous precursor nanopowders, thereby imparting improved reaction during post thermal process. It is believed to be a distinguished route to produce a cathode material in lithium secondary battery.
LiFeBO3, nanoparticle, ultrasonic spray pyrolysis, secondary battery.
Advanced Materials & Processing Center, Institute for Advanced Engineering (IAE), Yongin 449-863, Korea.