Ion conducting polymeric gels
Polimery 1996, No 7-8, 391
The state of the art of lithium cells comprising polymeric membranes as electrolytes has been reviewed. The conducting properties of a novel generation of these electrolytes [equation (1)] are described on the example of organic gels of crosslinked glycidyl methacrylate and modified maleic anhydride styrene copolymers [equation (2)]. Preliminary results of the studies on passivation processes on the electrolyte-electrode interface are also presented and the influence of these phenomena on the practical application of gel electrolytes in lithium batteries is discussed.
If you are interested in full versions of articles, please contact the editorial team of email@example.com