Hydrogenation properties of lithium intercalated graphite

Wataru Ishida, Hiroki Miyaoka, Takayuki Ichikawa, Yoshitsugu Kojima
2008 TANSO  
Two kinds of nano-structural graphite were prepared from graphite powder by ball-milling under hydrogen or argon atmosphere, where each product is denoted as HG or AG, respectively. And then, non-treated graphite powder (G), HG or AG was milled with Li to synthesize lithium-graphite intercalation compounds, which are denoted as Li-G, Li-HG and Li-AG, respectively. In XRD profiles of Li-G and Li-HG, it was revealed that the peaks correspond to LiC6 and LiCl2, while no peaks were observed in the
more » ... ase of Li-AG. However, similar thermal decomposition reactions were observed for all compounds at about 450•Ž under an inert gas, indicating that Li-AG includes the lithium-carbon (Li-C) compound. After heat treatment under hydrogen pressure, the formation of LiH was confirmed by XRD measurements for all
doi:10.7209/tanso.2008.136 fatcat:lxtdmbyfvvgg7orwoafe3cvhaa