A Model for the Deliverable Capacity of the TiS2 Electrode in a Li/TiS2 Cell
A mathematical model is presented for a Li/TiS2 cell under galvanostatic discharge. This model has been used to illustrate the importance of considering the effect of the separator on the material utilization of a porous TiS2 electrode in a Li/TiS2 cell. The model predictions show that a porous TiS2 electrode in a cell with a thin separator would deliver much more capacity than the electrode would in a large volume of electrolyte and that the material utilization of the TiS2 electrode increases with a decrease in the separator thickness.
Published in Journal of Power Sources, Volume 43, Issue 1-3, 1993, pages 181-191.
Copyright Elsevier, 1993.
Mao, Z., & White, R. E. (15 March 1993). A Model for the Deliverable Capacity of the TiS2 Electrode in a Li/TiS2 Cell. Journal of Power Sources, 43 (1-3), 181 – 191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0378-7753(93)80114-5