M. Molenda, J. Świder, M. Świętosławski, A. Kochanowski
Li-ion electrode nanocomposites with self-assembled conductive carbon layers (in English)
Polimery 2017, No 7-8, 532
Basing on the developed and patented technology the nanocomposite cathodes were successfully prepared in a simple and inexpensive process of wet impregnation of polymer carbon precursor followed by controlled pyrolysis. Conductive carbon layers (CCLs) derived from hydrophilic polymers in solvent-free water mediated process, significantly enhances electrical conductivity of the material and improves its thermal properties, moreover the unique pore structure of CCLs assures easy lithium ions diffusion. Proposed solution allows to explore the potential of active material and improves overall performance of Li-ion batteries.
: Li-ion batteries, nanocomposites, carbon coating, conductive carbon layers, hydrophilic polymers
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- Li-ion electrode nanocomposites with self-assembled conductive carbon layers (in English)