oxyiodide

ox·y·i·o·dide

(ok'sē-ī'ō-dīd),
A compound of oxygen with a metallic iodide, for example, an iodate or periodate.

oxyiodide

(ŏk″sē-ī′ō-dīd) [″ + ioeides, violet colored]
A compound of iodine and oxygen with an element or radical.
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Manthiram says the amorphous nature of manganese oxyiodide may allow atoms to rearrange themselves each time the battery is recharged.
The amorphous structure of manganese oxyiodide results in large part from the presence of iodine atoms, which are larger than the other atoms in the material.
Manganese oxyiodide is made in a low-temperature, solution-based process that offers advantages over the high-temperature processes used to produce other cathode materials, Manthiram asserts.