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Research and development of modern polymer technologies for lithium-ion batteries with improved exploitation safety

Project funded by the National Centre for Research and Development

Nationat Centre for Research and Development


Project implemented within the framework of the Applied Research Programme


Research and development of modern polymer technologies for lithium-ion batteries

with improved exploitation safety


The project is carried out under contract no PBS1/A1/4/2012 by the Consortium:


1. University of Warsaw - Lider
2. Industrial Chemistry Research Institute (ICRI)

3. Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals in Gliwice, Central Laboratory of Batteries and Cells

4. Institute of Electronic Materials Technology

5. Warsaw University of Technology


Timeframe:

2012 - 2015

Funding of the project:

4 396 210 PLN


Head


Dr Janusz Kozakiewicz, Ph. D., Chem. Eng., prof. of ICRI

phone +48 22 568 23 78


Abstract


The whole project is timing at development of novel lithium-ion battery with improved level of safety in exploitation. In the framework of the task implemented in ICRI the novel conducting polymer membrane will be developed based on polyurethane polymers containing poly(oxyethylene) segments, lithium salts and ionic liquids, which will function at minimum organic solvent content or without any such solvent.