Novel cellulose/polyurethane composite gel polymer electrolyte for high performance lithium batteries

This study demonstrated that the composite gel polymer electrolyte possessed preeminent comprehensive properties such as sufficient ionic conductivity at 80 °C, high lithium ion transport number and improved electrochemical stability

Kailiang Liu

2016

Scholarcy highlights

  • The increasing interest in gel polymer electrolyte for the lithium battery is attributed to its excellent plasticity, enhanced safety and significantly improved electrochemical stability
  • This study demonstrated that the composite gel polymer electrolyte possessed preeminent comprehensive properties such as sufficient ionic conductivity at 80 °C, high lithium ion transport number and improved electrochemical stability
  • The discharge capacity was still 128.2 mAh g−1 after 200 cycles, 95% of the capacity retention at a charge/discharge rate of 2C
  • These findings suggest that CGPE is a very prospective polymer electrolyte for high-performance lithium batteries
  • These findings suggest that composite gel polymer electrolyte is a very prospective polymer electrolyte for high-performance lithium batteries

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