Enhancing ionic conductivity in composite polymer electrolytes with well-aligned ceramic nanowires

Volume: 2, Issue: 5
Published: Apr 3, 2017
Abstract
In contrast to conventional organic liquid electrolytes that have leakage, flammability and chemical stability issues, solid electrolytes are widely considered as a promising candidate for the development of next-generation safe lithium-ion batteries. In solid polymer electrolytes that contain polymers and lithium salts, inorganic nanoparticles are often used as fillers to improve electrochemical performance, structure stability, and mechanical...
Paper Details
Title
Enhancing ionic conductivity in composite polymer electrolytes with well-aligned ceramic nanowires
Published Date
Apr 3, 2017
Volume
2
Issue
5
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