Polymer electrolytes comprising organometallic compounds
Zbigniew Florjańczyk , Ewa Zygadło-Monikowska , W Bzducha
AbstractComposite polymeric electrolytes based on PEO complexes and ethyl aluminum alkoxides have been studied. The addition of the aluminum compounds causes a considerable reduction in the PEO crystalline phase content and provides very good mechanical and thermal stability up to 140°C. The glass transition temperatures of blends are low, falling within the −64 to −29°C range. The ionic conductivity of such systems reaches the value of 10−5 S cm−1 at ambient temperature and that of 10−3 S cm−1 at 60–70°C. Impedance studies show that these systems form a passive layer with a lithium electrode, which protects this electrode from corrosion processes.
|Journal series||Electrochimica Acta, ISSN 0013-4686|
|Keywords in English||Composite polyelectrolytes, Inorganic fillers, Ionic conductivity, Organoaluminum compounds, Poly(ethylene oxide)|
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|Citation count*||16 (2015-05-09)|
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