The first book in the RSC Materials Monographs Series, Polymer Electrolytes brings together the latest research in this important subject. The emphasis is on practical materials and it includes an excellent classification of polymer electrolytes, a comprehensive look at material types and an important discussion of the commercial prospects. The text is designed for research workers from a variety of disciplines and looks at some of the history as well as the future of the subject, including reference to computer simulation. Overall, Polymer Electrolytes is an important review of the structural, physical and electrical properties of the materials which are competing for a place in the future energy generation, storage and distribution markets.
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What are Polymer Electrolytes?
What Materials are Suitable as Polymer
Multivalent Cation Conductors
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acid Acta addition amorphous anion anode applications Armand bond percolation bonds C.A. Vincent capacity carbonate cathode cation ceramic Chapter charge Chem chemical co-ordination components conductors crosslinking crystal structure cycling decoupling dependence dielectric constant diffusion coefficients discharge dissociation dynamics effect electrode electrolyte batteries Elsevier energy density entropy ether experimental F.M. Gray film fuel cell gel electrolytes glass glass transition temperature groups high molecular weight higher increase ion association ion pairs ion transport ion-ion interactions ionic conductivity layer liquid electrolyte lithium battery lithium ion lithium metal materials mechanism membrane molar molar mass molecular weight molecules multivalent NAFION oxide oxygen P.G. Bruce PEO-based plasticizer polarization polyether polymer chains polymer electrolytes polymer host polymeric potential properties proton proton conductors Raman relaxation result room temperature salt concentration segmental motion simulations Solid State Ionics solvation solvent solvent-free SPEFC stack studies techniques thermal transference number voltage