Original paper

Determining and Minimizing Resistance for Ion Transport at the Polymer/Ceramic Electrolyte Interface

Volume: 4, Issue: 5, Pages: 1080 - 1085
Published: Apr 17, 2019
Abstract
In this work, we report methods to quantify and minimize the interfacial resistance for Li ion transport, Rinterface, between a model polymer electrolyte, poly(ethylene oxide) + LiCF3SO3 (PE), and a model Li+-conducting ceramic electrolyte, LICGC from Ohara Corporation. By constructing a PE–ceramic–PE trilayer cell, we found Rinterface to be very large, 1.2 kΩ·cm2 at 30 °C, accounting for 66% of the total trilayer cell resistance. When dimethyl...
Paper Details
Title
Determining and Minimizing Resistance for Ion Transport at the Polymer/Ceramic Electrolyte Interface
Published Date
Apr 17, 2019
Volume
4
Issue
5
Pages
1080 - 1085
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