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We synthesized Li(Mn, M) 0.5 (Ni, M′) 0.5 O 2 (M = Al, Ti; M′ = Mg) by a conventional solid-state method, and investigated their electrochemical properties, crystal and electronic structures. From X-ray diffraction patterns, it was found that the synthesized samples had a single phase of the layered rock-salt structure. In addition, it was demonstrated by metal composition and valence analyses that the oxygen tended to be deficit slightly in the Aland Mg-substituted samples. Charge-dischargedoi:10.5796/electrochemistry.81.971 fatcat:w2cp735iqvak7iu5o5ylklvvhu