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Electrochemical testing of industrially produced PEO-based polymer electrolytes

TitleElectrochemical testing of industrially produced PEO-based polymer electrolytes
Publication TypeArticolo su Rivista peer-reviewed
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsAppetecchi, Giovanni Battista, Alessandrini F., Duan R.G., Arzu A., and Passerini S.
JournalJournal of Power Sources
KeywordsAnodes, Current density, Electric vehicles, Electrochemical testing, Electrochemistry, Extrusion, Ionic conduction, life cycle, Lithium batteries, Lithium polymer batteries, Polyelectrolytes, Polyethylene oxides, Secondary batteries, Surface properties, Thermodynamic stability, Thin films

The present report describes the results of the electrochemical tests performed on polyethyleneoxide-based polymer electrolyte thin films industrially manufactured by blown-extrusion. The polymer electrolyte composition was PEO 20 LiCF 3SO 3: 16.7% γLiAlO 2. The polymer electrolyte film was tested to evaluate the ionic conductivity as well as the interfacial properties with lithium metal anodes. The work was developed within the advanced lithium polymer electrolyte (ALPE) project, an Italian project devoted to the realization of lithium polymer batteries for electric vehicle applications, in collaboration with Union Carbide. © 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.


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