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1Author    V. Massarotti, D. Capsoni, M. BiniRequires cookie*
 Abstract    ta b ility o f (N i 1_ xL i x) (L i 1_ J,N iJ?) 0 2 O r d e r e d S o lid S o lu tio n The stability of ordered solid solutions (OSS) with LiNi02 structure has been studied in a wide range of the lithium cationic fraction (0.22 < xt < 0.42). The OSS is obtained from the reactive system Ni0/Li2C 03 at 800 °C starting with high nominal lithium content (xt = 0.5). By analysis of the decrease of x, observed after annealing, during which evaporation and a contact reaction occurs, structure-composition relationships can be obtained. The transformation of the ordered phase, due to a cation exchange process, is observed for xt < 0.31 by accurate X-Ray powder pattern analysis (Rietveld method). By increasing the annealing time (decreasing lithium content), the data can be explained on the basis of progressive formation of the simple solid solution (SSS) with only one cation site and halved c axis value. The variations of structural parameters during the transformation are compared with those reported in the litera­ ture. The coherence domains of the OSS become smaller and the phase percentage decreases, while the SSS percentage increases. The rate of such a process can be well described on the basis of a two dimensional diffusion mechanism. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 50a, 155—168 (1995); received November 21 1994 
  Published    1995 
  Keywords    Lithium Nickel Oxides, Solid state reaction, Solid solution, Order-Disorder Transfor­ mation 
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 Identifier    ZNA-1995-50a-0155 
 Volume    50