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Jin-Da Luo

Bio: Jin-Da Luo is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Materials science & Medicine. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 5 publications receiving 27 citations.

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TL;DR: Li et al. as mentioned in this paper employed neural network potential to simulate materials composed of Li, Zr/Hf, and Cl using stochastic surface walking method and identify two potential unique layered halide SEs, named Li2ZrCl6 and Li2HfCl6, for stable all-solid-state Li-metal batteries.
Abstract: Solid electrolytes (SEs) with superionic conductivity and interfacial stability are highly desirable for stable all-solid-state Li-metal batteries (ASSLMBs). Here, we employ neural network potential to simulate materials composed of Li, Zr/Hf, and Cl using stochastic surface walking method and identify two potential unique layered halide SEs, named Li2ZrCl6 and Li2HfCl6, for stable ASSLMBs. The predicted halide SEs possess high Li+ conductivity and outstanding compatibility with Li metal anodes. We synthesize these SEs and demonstrate their superior stability against Li metal anodes with a record performance of 4000 h of steady lithium plating/stripping. We further fabricate the prototype stable ASSLMBs using these halide SEs without any interfacial modifications, showing small internal cathode/SE resistance (19.48 Ω cm2), high average Coulombic efficiency (∼99.48%), good rate capability (63 mAh g-1 at 1.5 C), and unprecedented cycling stability (87% capacity retention for 70 cycles at 0.5 C).

17 citations

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28 Aug 2022-Polymers
TL;DR: In this article , a triple crosslinking strategy, including pre-rolling, solvent and chemical imidization cross-linking, was proposed to solve the problem of low electrical conductivity of carbon nanofiber membranes.
Abstract: In order to solve the problem of low electrical conductivity of carbon nanofiber membranes, a novel triple crosslinking strategy, including pre-rolling, solvent and chemical imidization crosslinking, was proposed to prepare carbon nanofiber membranes with a chemical crosslinking structure (CNMs-CC) derived from electrospinning polyimide nanofiber membranes. The physical-chemical characteristics of CNMs-CC as freestanding anodes for lithium-ion batteries were investigated in detail, along with carbon nanofiber membranes without a crosslinking structure (CNMs) and carbon nanofiber membranes with a physical crosslinking structure (CNMs-PC) as references. Further investigation demonstrates that CNMs-CC exhibits excellent rate performance and long cycle stability, compared with CNMs and CNMs-PC. At 50 mA g−1, CNMs-CC delivers a reversible specific capacity of 495 mAh g−1. In particular, the specific capacity of CNMs-CC is still as high as 290.87 mAh g−1 and maintains 201.38 mAh g−1 after 1000 cycles at a high current density of 1 A g−1. The excellent electrochemical performance of the CNMs-CC is attributed to the unique crosslinking structure derived from the novel triple crosslinking strategy, which imparts fast electron transfer and ion diffusion kinetics, as well as a stable structure that withstands repeated impacts of ions during charging and discharging process. Therefore, CNMs-CC shows great potential to be the freestanding electrodes applied in the field of flexible lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors owing to the optimized structure strategy and improved properties.

2 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , a lead-free organic-inorganic halide perovskite, MASr0.8Li0.4Cl3 (MA = methylammonium, CH3NH3 in formula), is reported as a new solid electrolytes for Li-ion conduction due to its highly symmetric crystal structure, inherent soft lattice, and good tolerance for composition tunability.
Abstract: Exploring new solid electrolytes (SEs) for lithium-ion conduction is significant for the development of rechargeable all-solid-state lithium batteries. Here, a lead-free organic-inorganic halide perovskite, MASr0.8Li0.4Cl3 (MA = methylammonium, CH3NH3 in formula), is reported as a new SE for Li-ion conduction due to its highly symmetric crystal structure, inherent soft lattice, and good tolerance for composition tunability. Via density functional theory calculations, we demonstrate that the hybrid perovskite framework can allow fast Li-ion migration without the collapse of the crystal structure. The influence of the lithium content in MASr1-xLi2xCl3 (x = 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, or 0.4) on Li+ migration is systematically investigated. At the lithium content of x = 0.2, the MASr0.8Li0.4Cl3 achieves the room-temperature lithium ionic conductivity of 7.0 × 10-6 S cm-1 with a migration energy barrier of ∼0.47 eV. The lithium-tin alloy (Li-Sn) symmetric cell exhibits stable electrochemical lithium plating/stripping for nearly 100 cycles, indicating the alloy anode compatibility of the MASr0.8Li0.4Cl3 SE. This lead-free organic-inorganic halide perovskite SE will open a new avenue for exploring new SEs.

2 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , a resurfacing strategy via pseudohalogen ions is proposed to mitigate detrimental halide ion migration, aiming to stabilize lead halide perovskite nanocrystals (LHP NCs) LEDs.
Abstract: Lead halide perovskite nanocrystals (LHP NCs) are regarded as promising emitters for next-generation ultrahigh-definition displays due to their high color purity and wide color gamut. Recently, the external quantum efficiency (EQE) of LHP NC based light-emitting diodes (PNC LEDs) has been rapidly improved to a level required by practical applications. However, the poor operational stability of the device, caused by halide ion migration at the grain boundary of LHP NC thin films, remains a great challenge. Herein, we report a resurfacing strategy via pseudohalogen ions to mitigate detrimental halide ion migration, aiming to stabilize PNC LEDs. We employ a thiocyanate solution processed post-treatment method to efficiently resurface CsPbBr3 NCs and demonstrate that the thiocyanate ions can effectively inhibit bromide ion migration in LHP NC thin films. Owing to thiocyanate resurfacing, we fabricated LEDs with a high EQE of 17.3%, a maximum brightness of 48000 cd m-2, and an excellent operation half-life time.

1 citations


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TL;DR: A comprehensive review of halide-based all-solid-state Li-ion and Li-S pouch cells with energy density targets of 400 and 500 Wh kg−1 is provided in this paper .
Abstract: The safety of lithium-ion batteries has caused notable concerns about their widespread adoption in electric vehicles. A nascent but promising approach to enhancing battery safety is using solid-state electrolytes (SSEs) to develop all-solid-state batteries, which exhibit unrivaled safety and superior energy density. A new family of SSEs based on halogen chemistry has recently gained renewed interest because of their high ionic conductivity, high-voltage stability, good deformability, and cost-effective and scalable synthesis routes. Here, we provide a comprehensive review of halide SSEs concerning their crystal structures, ion transport kinetics, and viability for mass production. Furthermore, their moisture sensitivity and interfacial challenges are summarized with corresponding effective strategies. Last, halide-based all-solid-state Li-ion and Li-S pouch cells with energy density targets of 400 and 500 Wh kg−1 are projected to guide future endeavors. This work serves as a comprehensive guideline for developing halide SSEs from material design to practical application.

27 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors present a timely overview of the recent research and development of SSLBs in China in the past 1 year, covering the latest achievements of SSLB which used sulfide SEs, oxide SEs and solid polymer electrolytes, respectively.
Abstract: Different from traditional lithium-ion battery, the solid-state lithium batteries (SSLBs) using solid electrolytes (SEs) have attracted much attention for their potential of high safety, high energy density, good rate performance, and wide operating temperature range in recent years. In China, the SSLB-relevant fundamental research and industrialization exploration are progressing rapidly. In this perspective, we present a timely overview of the recent research and development of SSLBs in China in the past 1 year, covering the latest achievements of SSLBs which used sulfide SEs, oxide SEs, solid polymer electrolytes, and halide SEs, respectively. Moreover, the government policies and the latest company industrialization process relative to SSLBs are comprehensively summarized.

7 citations

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TL;DR: Li et al. as discussed by the authors systematically studied the intrinsic lattice thermal conductivity of Li2ZrCl6 using the machine-learning potential approach based on first-principles calculations combined with the Boltzmann transport theory.
Abstract: The layered solid electrolyte Li2ZrCl6 and Li metal electrodes have a very good contact stability, but the thermal transport properties of Li2ZrCl6 are still unclear. Here, we systematically study the intrinsic lattice thermal conductivity ( κp) of Li2ZrCl6 using the machine-learning potential approach based on first-principles calculations combined with the Boltzmann transport theory. The results show that the κp of Li2ZrCl6 at room temperature is 3.94 W/mK along the in-plane (IP) direction and 1.05 W/mK along the out-plane (OP) direction, which means that the κp is significantly anisotropic. In addition, under the compressive stress in the OP direction, the κp evolution along the IP and OP directions exhibits completely different trends, because the stress has a significant regulatory effect on the contribution of optical phonons to κp. With the increase in stress, the κp in the IP direction monotonically decreases, while the κp in the OP direction increases by a factor of 2.2 under a compressive strain of 13%. This is because the contribution of low-frequency optical phonons to κp in the IP direction is as high as 58% when no stress is applied, and this contribution is significantly suppressed with increasing compressive strain. However, the contribution of optical phonons in the OP direction to the κp increases with the increase in stress. Our results reveal the thermal transport properties of Li2ZrCl6 and the effect of the compressive strain on the κp of Li2ZrCl6, thereby providing a reference for the use of Li2ZrCl6 in Li-metal batteries.

7 citations

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TL;DR: Li-Richened chloride (Li2+2xZrCl6) as discussed by the authors was used in high performance all-solid-state Li batteries (ASSLBs) with solid-state electrolytes (SSEs).

4 citations