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Nickel-rich layered lithium transition-metal oxides, Li 1.2 Ni 1−x M x O 2 (M=transition metal), have been investigated intensively as high-energy cathode materials for lithium batteries because of their high specific capacity and relatively low-cost. However, oxygen loss from the lattice during the first charge and gradual structural transformation during cycling process can result in capacity fading and potential decay of the cathode materials, due to the fact that the highly oxidizing naturedoi:10.20964/2016.07.78 fatcat:hvqvmp6kpfd63fizndd2hnlqim