Handbook of Solid State Batteries & Capacitors

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World Scientific, Jan 1, 1995 - Science - 716 pages
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Contents

S R NARAYANAN Energy Storage Systems Group Jet Propulsion Laboratory California
1
Design and Modeling of Solid State Power Sources
41
Silver Systems
79
DURGA RANI Materials Science Division Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton
111
K J RAO Solid State and Structural Chemistry Unit Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
129
Copper Systems
135
Copper Solid State Batteries
147
S SARANGAPANI ICET Inc 916 Pleasant Street Unit 12 Norwood Massachusetts
157
Host material selection characteristics
478
Electronic properties
479
Structural properties
482
Charge density and intercalation level
494
Ionic conductivity and diffusion coefficients
495
Electrochemical performance of insertion materials
499
Recent developments
507
Advanced Batteries Based on Organosulfur Redox Chemistry Steven J Visco and Lutgard C De Jonghe 1 Introduction
515

Reliability and Clinical Assessment of Pacemaker Power Sources
171
Lithium Glassy Systems
189
Lithium Glassy Electrolyte Batteries
209
Composite Electrolytes
231
EIICHI SHOUJI Department of Applied Chemistry Faculty of Technology Tokyo
247
Dualmode ion switching polypyrrole film
253
A combination of conducting polymers and disulfide
267
Synthesis Properties and Performance
273
Section N III Ionically Conducting Polymers
288
TAKEHIKO TAKAHASHI 2106 UmemorizakaNishi MeitoKu Nagoya 465 Japan
311
Modeling of Conducting Polymer Batteries and Capacitors
341
Solid State Rechargeable Lithium Batteries for Electric Vehicle Applications
371
Positive electrode materials
377
Cell studies
388
ffl Solid state polymer electrolyte batteries
402
Polymer electrolyte batteries containing plasticizer solvents
412
Final comments
415
References
417
RACFUD YAZAMI Laboratoire dlonique et dElectrochimie du Solide de Grenoble
425
The lithiumcarbon electrode
427
ffl The carbonesodium electrode
444
Boronnitrogenphosphorus substitution into carbon
447
Novel rocking chair anodes
449
Lithium alloys
450
Sodium anode
455
Magnesiumnickelzinclead anodes
457
Conclusion
459
References
460
Insertion Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries Sathya S Prasad I Introduction
467
Host material classification and intercalation mechanism
469
Electrodimerization
519
Reversible electropolymerization depolymerization
526
Polythiols
536
Conclusions
539
Defect Structures and Anion Conducting Solid Electrolytes Sathya S Prasad I Introduction
541
Defect structure and ion transport in fluorites
542
Oxygen ion conductors
543
Fluoride ion conductors
550
References
552
Solid State Electrochromic Devices Katsumi Kuwabara I Introduction
555
Materials designs
556
EC materials
558
Solid state electrochromic devices
564
Summary and remarks
570
References
571
Solid State Proton Conductors and Their Applications Suresh Chandra I Introduction
579
Why proton conductors?
580
Proton conducting materials
581
Proton conductors for use at low temperatures T 100 C
584
Intermediate temperature 100400 C proton conductors
590
High temperature proton conductors
591
Applications of proton conductors
593
References
597
SOLID STATE CAPACITOR TECHNOLOGY
601
Silver Solid State Capacitors
615
Solid State Electrolytic Capacitors
627
Metallized Capacitors
645
Ceramic Capacitor Technology
663
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