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New secondary batteries using electronically conductive polymer cathodes
by NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Baltimore, Md, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Charles R. Martin and Ralph E. White.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-188604.|
|Contributions||White, Ralph E., NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility.|
|The Physical Object|
Organic materials can serve as sustainable electrodes in lithium batteries. This Review describes the desirable characteristics of organic electrodes and the corresponding batteries and how we Cited by: 1. Rechargeable lithium–sulfur (Li–S) batteries hold great potential for next-generation high-performance energy storage systems because of their high theoretical specific energy, low materials cost, and environmental safety. One of the major obstacles for its commercialization is the rapid capacity fading due to polysulfide dissolution and uncontrolled redeposition. Various porous carbon Cited by:
NEW SECONDARY BATTERIES USING ELECTRONICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMER CATHODES A FINAL REPORT for NASA GRANT NAG For the period January 1, to J Submitted to NASA Scientific & Technical Information Facility P. O. Box Baltimore/Washington International Airport Maryland prepared by Charles R. Martin Department of Chemistry. Polymer-Based Organic Batteries. salt [12,21], electronically conductive carbon-based materials in alkali metal-ion/alkaline earth metal-ion secondary batteries owing to the ease of their.
Poly (vinyl ethylene carbonate) electrolyte with superior ionic conductivity of × 10 −3 S cm −1 at 25 °C has been designed.. The lithium battery with LiFePO 4 can deliver high discharge capacity about mA h g −1 at 25 °C, and mA h g −1 at −15 °C.. The ions transport reaction mechanism has been revealed from the coupling/decoupling between Li ions and oxygen atoms. In terms of practical application, PEDOT:PSS is the most successful conductive polymer, and has found uses in many electrochemical applications. Recently, researchers focusing on Li–S batteries have applied PEDOT and PEDOT:PSS to Li–S cathodes in order to produce electronically conductive polymeric binding by:
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Get this from a library. New secondary batteries using electronically conductive polymer cathodes: a final report for the period January 1, to J [Charles R Martin; Ralph E White; NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility.].
The objectives of this project are to characterize the transport properties in electronically conductive polymers and to assess the utility of these films as cathodes in lithium/polymer secondary batteries. During this research period, progress has been made in a literature survey of the historical background, methods of preparation, the physical and chemical properties, and potential Author: Charles R.
Martin, Ralph E. White. energy-density secondary battery because of its potential as an inexpensive, lightweight, and non-corrosive electrode material. Polythiophene has high conductivity, high specific charge density, and reversible electrochemical redox behavior to switch between conducting and nonconducting states.
The objective of this project is to develop a new secondary battery utilizing electronically conductive polythiophene.
Get this from a library. New secondary batteries utilizing electronically conductive polymer cathodes. [Charles R Martin; Ralph E White; United States. National Aeronautics and. New secondary batteries utilizing electronically conductive polymer cathodes - NASA/ADS The objectives of this project are to optimize the transport rates in electronically conductive polypyrrole films by controlling the morphology of the film and to assess the utility of these films as cathodes in a lithium/polypyrrole secondary : Charles R.
Martin, Ralph E. White. New secondary batteries utilizing electronically conductive polymer cathodes Martin, Charles R. August Bibcode: .M Keywords: Cathodes; Electrochemistry; Lithium Sulfur Batteries; Mathematical Models; Morphology; Polymeric Films; Thin Films; Boundary Value Problems; Electrical Resistivity;Author: Charles R.
Martin, Ralph E. White. The positive material has been one of the research hotspots in lithium–oxygen batteries. Carbon is the most widely used material due to its cheap price, high conductivity, low weight, and structural diversity.
But serious side reactions hinder its practical application. Here, we modified carbon material with three popular organic polymers (poly(2,3 dihydrothieno-1,4-dioxin), polypyrrole, and Author: Deqing Cao, Xiaoxiao Shen, Yaowei Wang, Jianpeng Liu, Huibing Shi, Xiangwen Gao, Xiaojing Liu, Lijun.
Therefore, this work offers possibility to promote the electrochemical performance of poor-conducting materials in sodium-ion batteries using an in-situ self-decorated conducting polymer.
Organic redox materials have the potential to radically shift the battery technology landscape. Here, the chemical synthesis of poly(2,5-dihydroxyaniline) with intrinsic electrical conduction and a theoretical energy storage capacity of mA h g−1 is detailed for the first time.
The genuine intramolecularCited by: Better Batteries with a Conducting Polymer Binder J Berkeley Lab scientists have invented a new material for use in rechargeable batteries that can boost power storage capacity by 30 percent, a dramatic improvement in field marked by little progress for more than a decade.
Get this from a library. New secondary batteries utilizing electronically conductive polymer cathodes: a final report. [Charles R Martin; Ralph E White; United States.
National Aeronautics and. The Li-PBQS battery exhibits superior energy density ( V x mA h g-1 = W h kg-1) to that of commercial inorganic cathodes, stable long-term cycling performance ( cycles, 86 %) and outstanding fast-discharge/charge capability ( mA g-1, 72 %).
Disappointingly, the researchers found the Na-PBQS battery performed much poorer in. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Conductive polymer binder and separator for high energy density lithium organic battery - Volume 9 Issue 3 - Minami Kato, Hikaru Sano, Tetsu Kiyobayashi, Nobuhiko Takeichi, Masaru Yao View Show.
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Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. Batteries and charge storage devices based on electronically conducting polymersCited by: A conductive polymer-sulfur composite cathode material for rechargeable lithium batteries was discussed.
It was found that there was relative uniform distribution of sulfur in the amorphous composite. Controlling architecture of electrode composites is of particular importance to optimize both electronic and ionic conduction within the entire electrode and improve the dispersion of active particles, thus achieving the best energy delivery from a battery.
Electrodes based on conventional binder systems that consist of carbon additives and nonconductive binder polymers suffer from aggregation Cited by: Charles R. Martin has written: 'New secondary batteries using electronically conductive polymer cathodes' -- subject(s): Electric batteries, Polymers, Electric properties 'New secondary batteries.
Introduction. Lithium ion batteries are used in a wide range of applications from small portable electronic devices to hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) or electric vehicles (EVs).Among several components in the lithium ion batteries, cathode materials have attracted much attention in recent uced in by Padhi et al., olivine structured LiFePO 4 has emerged as one of the Cited by:.
High Performance C/S Composite Cathodes with Conventional Carbonate-Based Electrolytes in Li-S Battery Y. et al. Improving the performance of lithium-sulfur batteries by conductive polymer.This work describes silicon nanoparticle-based lithium-ion battery negative electrodes where multiple nonactive electrode additives (usually carbon black and an inert polymer binder) are replaced with a single conductive binder, in this case, the conducting polymer PEDOT:PSS.
While enabling the production of well-mixed slurry-cast electrodes with high silicon content (up to 95 wt %), this Cited by: An electrowinning unit consists of a rectifier and a reaction chamber that houses anodes and cathodes.
In the simplest design, a set of cathodes and anodes are set in the reaction chamber.