Polymer composite electrolytes having core？shell silica fillers with anion-trapping boron moiety in the shell layer for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries
- Polymer composite electrolytes having core？shell silica fillers with anion-trapping boron moiety in the shell layer for all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries
- 심지민; 김동균; 김희중; 이진홍; 이종찬
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- ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces
- VOL 7, NO 14-7701
- Core-shell silica particles with ion-conducting poly(ethylene glycol) and anion-trapping boron moiety in the shell layer were prepared to be used as fillers for polymer composite electrolytes based on organic/inorganic hybrid branched copolymer as polymer matrix for all-solid-state lithium-ion battery applications. The core-shell silica particles were found to improve mechanical strength and thermal stability of the polymer matrix and poly(ethylene glycol) and boron moiety in the shell layer increase compatibility between filler and polymer matrix. Furthermore, boron moiety in the shell layer increases both ionic conductivity and lithium transference number of the polymer matrix because lithium salt can be more easily dissociated by the anion-trapping boron. Interfacial compatibility with lithium metal anode is also improved because well-dispersed silica particles serve as protective layer against interfacial side reactions. As a result, all-solid-state battery performance was found to be enhanced when the copolymer having core-shell silica particles with the boron moiety was used as solid polymer electrolyte.
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