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The fundamental understanding of electrochemical reaction kinetics for lithium/sodium-ion batteries (LIBs & NIBs) is a significant criterion for advancing new-generation electrode materials. Herein, we demonstrate a novel lithium-rich perovskite oxalate KLi3Fe(C2O4)3 (KLFC) cathode with the combination of cation and anion redox delivering discharge capacities of 86 and 99 mA h g−1 after 100 cycles for a LIB and NIB, respectively, with good cyclability. Experimental Raman spectroscopy analysis combined with DFT calculations of charged/discharged samples illustrate the oxalate anion redox activity. Further, first-principles calculations of the partial density of states and Bader charges analysis have also characterised the redox behaviour and charge transfer during the potassium extraction processes.
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5/04/20 → 4/04/23