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Rapid and Continuous Production of LiFePO_4/C Nanoparticles in Super Heated Water

YU Wenli 1,ZHAO Yaping 1,and RAO Qunli 2 1 School of Chemistry and Chemical Technology,Shanghai Jiao Tong University,Shanghai 200240,China 2 Instrumental Analysis Centre,Shanghai Jiao Tong University,Shanghai 200240,China  
A rapid and continuous method for production of LiFePO4/C nanoparticles in super heated water is described,wherein soluble starch was used as carbon precursor.The effects of pH,flow rate,temperature,and pressure on the formation of LiFePO4/C particles were investigated.Results showed that the pH value was the key factor on the formation of phase pure LiFePO4,which only formed at pH=7;the LiFePO4/C occurred as particles with about 70-200 nm size and LiFePO4 was covered by a thin carbon layer;higher flow rate,higher pressure,and lower temperature led to smaller particles of LiFePO4/C.
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