Performance of Polymer Electrolyte Cells at +25 to +100 C.
Technical rept. no. 15, 15 Jul 85-15 Dec 87,
MINNESOTA UNIV MINNEAPOLIS CORROSION RESEARCH CENTER
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Solid state rechargeable polymer electrolyte batteries utilizing lithium anodes and V6013 composite cathodes were investigated at 100 C. The polymer electrolyte was a complex formed between polyethylene oxide PEO and LiCF3SO3. Over a hundred cycles were obtained at the C5 rate 45 depth of discharge with greater than 75 of the initial capacity of V6013 being maintained at cycle number one-hundred. Cells made with propylene carbonate PC doped polymer electrolyte also showed good performance at room temperature.
- Electrochemical Energy Storage
- Polymer Chemistry
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment