Short-range ordering in a battery electrode, the 'cation-disordered' rocksalt Li1.25Nb0.25Mn0.5O2

Michael A. Jones, Philip J. Reeves, Ieuan D. Seymour, Matthew J. Cliffe, Siân E. Dutton*, Clare P. Grey

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Cation order, with a local structure related to γ-LiFeO2, is observed in the nominally cation-disordered Li-excess rocksalt Li1.25Nb0.25Mn0.5O2via X-ray diffraction, neutron pair distribution function analysis, magnetic susceptibility and NMR spectroscopy. The correlation length of ordering depends on synthesis conditions and has implications for the electrochemistry of these phases.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)9027-9030
Number of pages4
JournalChemical Communications
Issue number61
Publication statusPublished - 2019


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