2021
DOI: 10.1039/d0ta09249e View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Improving the electrochemical performance of polymer electrolytes in lithium ion batteries has been intensively studied. Herein, we adopted an in-situ solventless polymerization stategy to fabricate PEG-based electrolytes cross-linked by a...

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“…The possibility of combining monomers with different structure–property relations can result in novel and versatile membranes with combined ionic, mechanical, or safety-related properties. Inspired by novel research in the application of polymeric ionic liquids (PILs) for the development of safer polymer electrolytes [ 103 ], Tseng et al [ 87 ] recently proposed a highly crosslinked membrane that incorporated a vinyl dicationic imidazolium ionic liquid (XVIm-TFSI) as a crosslinker, which was compared to a PIL-based copolymer without crosslinking units. This works relied on the capacity of PILs to display good capacity for ion solvation, due to their weak electrostatic interactions with cations, improving the safety since they are thermally stable structures [ 104 ].…”
Section: Design Of Solid- and Gel-polymer Electrolytesmentioning
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“…The possibility of combining monomers with different structure–property relations can result in novel and versatile membranes with combined ionic, mechanical, or safety-related properties. Inspired by novel research in the application of polymeric ionic liquids (PILs) for the development of safer polymer electrolytes [ 103 ], Tseng et al [ 87 ] recently proposed a highly crosslinked membrane that incorporated a vinyl dicationic imidazolium ionic liquid (XVIm-TFSI) as a crosslinker, which was compared to a PIL-based copolymer without crosslinking units. This works relied on the capacity of PILs to display good capacity for ion solvation, due to their weak electrostatic interactions with cations, improving the safety since they are thermally stable structures [ 104 ].…”
Section: Design Of Solid- and Gel-polymer Electrolytesmentioning
“…26 Recently, a novel dicationic imidazolium cross-linker was applied to the PEG−PIL-based electrolyte through an in situ polymerization, and enhanced battery performances were observed. 27 The fabricated Li/ electrolyte/LFP cell is capable of achieving superior discharge capacities (i.e., 158.7 mAh g −1 at 0.3 C rate and 98.6 mAh g −1 at 1 C rate) at 25 °C, which implies that PEG−PIL-based QPEs with the dicationic imidazolium cross-linker possess tremendous advantages. Designing QPEs with well-connected ion channels and optimized cross-linking networks should be a new class of materials worth pursuing.…”
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“…Nevertheless, PEG cross-linker suffers from the risk of oxidation in air and the acrylate end groups can easily self-polymerize during storage . Recently, a novel dicationic imidazolium cross-linker was applied to the PEG–PIL-based electrolyte through an in situ polymerization, and enhanced battery performances were observed . The fabricated Li/electrolyte/LFP cell is capable of achieving superior discharge capacities (i.e., 158.7 mAh g –1 at 0.3 C rate and 98.6 mAh g –1 at 1 C rate) at 25 °C, which implies that PEG–PIL-based QPEs with the dicationic imidazolium cross-linker possess tremendous advantages.…”
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