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|Title:||Poly (ethylene oxide)-based composite polymer electrolytes for the secondary lithium batteries||Authors:||ZHANG SHUO||Keywords:||Composite polymer electrolyte; Poly (ethylene oxide); Modification; Visualization; Electrochemical properties; Ceramic fillers||Issue Date:||7-Jun-2004||Citation:||ZHANG SHUO (2004-06-07). Poly (ethylene oxide)-based composite polymer electrolytes for the secondary lithium batteries. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||A novel visualization method to image the distribution and agglomeration of ceramic fillers in composite polymer electrolytes without transmission electron microscopy is developed in this thesis work, which facilitates the investigation of the surface chemistry driven interactions between the ceramic fillers, the Li salt, and the polymer matrix. The ceramic fillers were surface modified to improve its compatibility with the polymer matrix and to enlarge the amorphous domains in the polymer composite electrolytes. The effects of these modifications on the morphology and electrochemical properties of the polymer electrolytes were examined by various material characterization techniques.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/14029|
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