Ionic Interactions in Polymeric Electrolytes Based on Low Molecular Weight Poly(ethylene glycol)s

Władysław Wieczorek , P. Lipka , Grażyna Żukowska , H. Wyciślik

Abstract

It is shown that ionic conductivity of polymeric electrolytes based on low molecular weight amorphous polyglycols can be modified by the addition of α-Al2O3 fillers containing surface groups of the Lewis acid type. An enhancement of conductivity over pure PEG?LiClO4 electrolyte is observed for PEG?α-Al2O3?LiClO4 composite electrolytes containing from 0.5 to 3 mol/kg of the lithium salt. This increase in conductivity is coupled with the lowering of the viscosity of composite electrolytes and increasing chain flexibility when compared to the PEG?LiClO4 system as shown by rheological and DSC experiments. A decrease in the fraction of ionic aggregates is also seen from the FT-IR experiments for composite electrolyte in this salt concentration range. FT-IR studies of the C?O?C stretching mode has shown reduction in the transient cross-link density obtained after the addition of α-Al2O3 in the salt concentration range corresponding to the conductivity enhancement. The phenomena observed are explained in view of ion?ion and ion-polymer interactions, involving dispersed filler particles, which are of the Lewis acid?base origin.
Author Władysław Wieczorek KChNTCS
Władysław Wieczorek,,
- Chair Of Inorganic Chemistry And Solid State Technology
, P. Lipka
P. Lipka,,
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, Grażyna Żukowska KChNTCS
Grażyna Żukowska,,
- Chair Of Inorganic Chemistry And Solid State Technology
, H. Wyciślik
H. Wyciślik,,
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Journal seriesJournal of Physical Chemistry B, ISSN 1520-6106
Issue year1998
Vol102
No36
Pages6968-6974
DOIDOI:10.1021/jp981397k
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp981397k
Score (nominal)35
Publication indicators WoS Impact Factor: 2006 = 4.115 (2) - 2007=4.475 (5)
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