Crystalline polymer electrolytes
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In this chapter, we describe crystalline ion-conducting complexes formed by akali metal salts and poly(ethylene oxide). A variety of factors influencing the conductivity of such complexes are presented. Electrochemical testing of these materials in lithium and sodium rechargeable batteries demonstrate that crystalline polymer/salt complexes can be used as electrolytes in all-solid-state energy storage devices.
Andreev , Y G , Zhang , C & Bruce, FRS , P 2015 , Crystalline polymer electrolytes . in N J Dudney , W C West & J Nanda (eds) , Handbook of Solid State Batteries . 2nd edn , Materials and Energy , vol. 6 , World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte Ltd , pp. 503-522 . DOI: 10.1142/9789814651905_0015
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