PLR (Plastic Lithium Rechargeable) batteries using nanoscale materials: A convenient source of electrical energy for the future?

G. Campet, N. Treuil, A. Poquet, S. J. Hwang, C. Labrugère, A. Deshayes, J. C. Frison, J. Portier, J. M. Reau, J. H. Choy

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Abstract

This communication describes the synthesis of: (i) non-toxic and low cost nanocrystalline electrode materials, which can be prepared advantageously at low temperature; (ii) highly conductive electrolyte membranes formed by the nano-encapsulation within a poly(acrylonitrile)-based polymer matrix of a solution of LiPF6 in organic solvants. The performances of rechargeable PLR (Plastic Lithium Rechargeable) batteries using the above mentioned components are presented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)885-892
Number of pages8
JournalBulletin of the Korean Chemical Society
Volume20
Issue number8
Publication statusPublished - 1999 Aug 20

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Campet, G., Treuil, N., Poquet, A., Hwang, S. J., Labrugère, C., Deshayes, A., Frison, J. C., Portier, J., Reau, J. M., & Choy, J. H. (1999). PLR (Plastic Lithium Rechargeable) batteries using nanoscale materials: A convenient source of electrical energy for the future? Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society, 20(8), 885-892.