Plastic crystal-lithium batteries

An effective ambient temperature all-solid-state power source

Ali Abouimrane, Yaser Abu-Lebdeh, Pierre Jean Alarco, Michel Armand

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Abstract

Lithium batteries utilizing a novel plastic crystal electrolyte prepared from LiTFSI and Succinonitrile (5 mol % doping) were investigated at 20 and -5°C by charge/discharge galvanostatic cycling, with Li4Ti 5O12 as anode and LiFePO4 or LiCoO2 as cathode materials. At 20°C, with only 5 mol % of LiTFSI, this solid electrolyte showed an improved capacity retention for LiFePO4 (72% remaining capacity after 99 cycles at 5°C) and for LiCoO2 (76% capacity retained after 99 cycles at C/12). In general, the total performance of the batteries outperformed those of their polymer gel-based counterparts, and matched those based on ionic liquids.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of the Electrochemical Society
Volume151
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004
Externally publishedYes

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ambient temperature
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Plastics
solid state
Ionic Liquids
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succinonitrile
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Plastic crystal-lithium batteries : An effective ambient temperature all-solid-state power source. / Abouimrane, Ali; Abu-Lebdeh, Yaser; Alarco, Pierre Jean; Armand, Michel.

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