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An interpretation for the increase of ionic conductivity by nitrogen incorporation in LiPON oxynitride glasses

AuthorsMascaraque, Nerea; Fierro, José Luis G.; Durán, Alicia ; Muñoz, Francisco
Solid electrolytes
Phosphate glasses
Oxynitride glasses
Ionic conductivity
Issue Date21-Feb-2013
CitationSolid State Ionics 233: 73-79 (2013)
AbstractThe influence of nitrogen in the mechanism of ionic conduction has been studied in lithium phosphorus oxynitride glasses with composition xLi2O.(100 ¿ x)P2O5 (x = 38¿60 mol%). A correlation between glass structure and ionic conductivity has been established for explaining the conduction mechanism. The change of glass structure during nitridation has been studied as a function of lithium and nitrogen contents. Raman spectra confirm the increase of P2O74 ¿ groups with increasing lithium and the presence of nitrogen, as also shown by X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy. The O1s core-level XPS spectra allow determining the variation of the bridging (BO) to non-bridging (NBO) oxygen ratio, observing that its decrease is directly linked to an increase of ionic conductivity. The ionic conductivity of oxynitride glasses is higher than that of their parent phosphate glasses, although this increase also depends on the lithium content. Furthermore, it has been demonstrated that the influence of nitrogen is higher in glasses with smaller amount of lithium. These findings will contribute to the design of glasses with lower lithium contents and high ionic conductivity for their application as solid electrolytes in lithium rechargeable batteries.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssi.2012.12.017
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