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PEO-carbon composite lithium polymer electrolyte

TitlePEO-carbon composite lithium polymer electrolyte
Publication TypeArticolo su Rivista peer-reviewed
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsAppetecchi, Giovanni Battista, and Passerini S.
JournalElectrochimica Acta
KeywordsAnodes, carbon, Electric conductivity of solids, Electrochemical electrodes, Fillers, Interfacial stability, Lithium batteries, Polyelectrolytes, Polyethylene oxides, Reinforced plastics, Volume fraction

The addition of fillers to lithium polymer electrolytes is a well established procedure to improve their mechanical stability as well as their interfacial stability with lithium anodes. As far only inert, non-conductive fillers have been used in the formulation of PEO-based composite electrolytes. In this report as the addition of a small volume fraction (<1.5%) of moderately high surface area (approximately 60 m2 g-1) carbons results in composite lithium polymer electrolytes with excellent performance in terms of conductivity and interfacial stability is shown.


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Citation KeyAppetecchi20002139